Not Fair Won't Share

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    Abstract

    A warm and simple story about friendship and learning to share. Strong characters and bright illustrations make this an ideal first picture book. Meet Pinky and Blue, (both dogs). Pinky is small, pink and very noisy. Blue is big, blue and likes peace and quiet. The two dogs are the best of friends - most of the time! But when Pinky and Blue have an argument and Pinky leaves home, Blue discovers that sometimes peace and quiet isn't that much fun...
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherOrchard Books
    ISBN (Print)1841218480
    Publication statusPublished - 2001

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    Gardiner, L. (2001). Not Fair Won't Share. Orchard Books.
    Gardiner, Lindsey. / Not Fair Won't Share. Orchard Books, 2001.
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    Gardiner, L 2001, Not Fair Won't Share. Orchard Books.

    Not Fair Won't Share. / Gardiner, Lindsey.

    Orchard Books, 2001.

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