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    The minpins by roald darl?

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    The minpins by roald darl?
    No, but that was a good guess - The Minpins was a great book too

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    Could it be the great kapok tree? Or maybe the book what do people do all day by richard scary. That has a logging page in it.

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    The chronicles of narnia? That has a dwarf named trumpkin in it.

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    Default Trying to find a childhood book

    Sounds like it might be an Enid Blyton book?
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    Was it long or short. Hardcover or soft?

    Could it be folk of the faraway tree?

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    Wasn't the borrowers

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    The Littles?

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    Was it in the actual library or was it a levelled reader? Because if the latter, it could be very difficult to find


 

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