By: Martin Handford Location: Wherever you might find Wally- there the book is! Genre: Still looking for one. So one of our students who left school last year thought it humerous to circle all the Wally's or Waldo's if you are from Europe- in our books- first one made me smile- but by the time I had seen this in all three books- I was not! Because you all love Wally so much- we bought you some new books! Enjoy and keep Wally's whereabouts a secret!!
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