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    Holes X 6
    Product ID: 104704
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    Description: Missed all the hype? You must be living in a hole. One kid prisoner. One dark secret. A tale of fate with more twists than a tornado. #primary-092016 #readandrespond-0816 #bookpacks-0816 #rrchildrens #readandrespond-reading-collections #reading-spine-year-6 #reading3for2 #pie3for2 #rbmember #summer-18 #sum-18 #sum-18-ie #read-and-respond-2018 #piecorbettreadingspine #pm19-offer
    ISBN: 9789999511032
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