Dr Xargle’s Book of Earthlets

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Publisher: Andersen Press

Dr Xargle lectures his alien students about 'Earthlets' - strange plump-cheeked beings that are wrapped in sheep's hairdos, are definitely NOT born with fangs and like to drink milk through holes in their faces.

The book, with Tony Ross' hilarious illustrations, highlights the arrival of a new baby as a fantastic event in a family and reassures young children that it's OK to find babies a bit odd at first.

This delightful, crazy and humorous 'alien-eye view' description of what a baby does will delight young children, parents and teachers alike.

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