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ex: "Harry Potter" will return any results with 'Harry Potter' in them, but not 'Potter Harry'.
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The third title in the laugh-out-loud series of picture books starring Bad Apple, a truly terrible piece of fruit.
It's Granny Smith's birthday party and all the apples are invited. There's face painting, a pinata, a pile of presents and one of Snake's finest cakes... Bad Apple can't wait to spoil the fun! But it looks like this party pooper's luck might have run out. Pineapple has had enough of Apple's bad behaviour and is ready to teach him a lesson.
In the third instalment of Huw Lewis Jones's hilarious series of picture books, a truly terrible piece of fruit is once more wreaking havoc far beyond the rim of the fruit bowl. Illustrated in a deadpan, painterly style by Ben Sanders, Party Pooper will entertain the entire family.