Mine!

Publisher: Puffin

Fifi and Frankie are twins, but they have very different tastes. Although they like different colours and games and hate different things, they share a love for the same toy - Funny Bunny.

One day they go to visit Grandma Flo and they both want to hold Funny Bunny. After some arguing they pull him in different directions and off come his ears.

Grandma Flo talks to the twins about sharing and while she sews on Bunny's ears, the girls work out a rota for playing with Funny Bunny throughout the week. On Sundays they all play together - which still makes Funny Bunny a little nervous!

A simple yet practical approach to the problem of sharing, ably demonstrated by big, bold, bright illustrations.

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