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Mr.Chicken is overcome with the magnificence of the sights in Paris, while the inhabitants of the city are equally in awe of his size and appearance.
Welcome to Rome,' says Mr Chicken's guide, Federica. 'Climb aboard my Vespa and hold on to your hat.' Mr Chicken's childhood dream is about to begin... Another triumph from the Australian Children's Laureate, acclaimed creator of Mr Chicken Goes to Paris and Mr Chicken Lands on London.
Australia is big, but so is Mr Chicken. He can't wait to go everywhere, see everything and meet everyone. Luckily, a helpful marsupial from Tourist Information helps Mr Chicken organise his hectic itinerary. This book is dedicated to the many children, teachers and librarians Leigh Hobbs met as the 2016-2017 Australian Children's Laureate. Collect all of Mr Chicken's adventures: Mr Chicken Goes to Paris, Mr Chicken Lands on London and Mr Chicken Arriva a Roma.
LEIGH HOBBS: AUSTRALIA'S CHILDREN'S LAUREATE 2016-17 Mr Chicken can't wait another minute, so he finishes his breakfast, collects his camera and flies to London. He wants to see everything. Join Mr Chicken and let him show you his favourite city in all the world.
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