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The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
The Thing At 52
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The Thing At 52
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By Ross Montgomery & Richard Johnson

 Spark meaningful discussions about loneliness, friendship, community and coping with loss with this enchantingly illustrated story about a girl who befriends a monster.

There’s a Thing on my street.
He lives at number 52.
I see him sitting in his garden when I walk to school.


He was big and lumbering and a wore a tiny top hat perched on top of his rather large head. She didn’t think he had any friends, so she brought him a flower.

It wasn’t long before
their friendship bloomed… the Thing was gentle and kind and the adventures they went on were the best she could ever imagine.
 
The girl soon discovered that there were many Things, living all over the place… which gave her an idea. She invited them all to a party, and the Things danced till midnight. Thing had never felt so happy.

But one day the Thing had to go and their adventures came to an end.
All Things have to go sometime

In this poignant story, discover how
small acts of kindness can grow into great friendships, and how the community you build from those friendships can provide comfort and companionship when you need it most.

Frances Lincoln
Hardback
40 pages