Kristina Stephenson and the Molly Maybe Show

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Join bestselling author and illustrator, Kristina Stephenson, creator of the fabulous Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and meet her brand new character Molly Maybe
In Molly Maybe’s Monsters: The Dappity Doofer we discover Molly’s secret – through the floor of her tree house, she and her faithful dog, Waggy Burns, are the only ones able to travel to Undermunder, a marvellous, magical monster world.  Climb aboard Molly’s moving Mundervator for a fun-filled show of songs and stories and help Molly and Waggy Burns find The Mydol Idol…..
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