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    Never Evers
    Product ID: 97555
    Category: Books
    Description: The school ski trip isn't going to plan. Jack's bored; Mouse has fallen out with her friends. But when a French popstar who Jack's a dead ringer for arrives in the resort, the snowy slopes begin to get a bit more interesting
    ISBN: 9781910002360
    Price: £6.99
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