Calum gets ill and has to stay in bed – he’s not happy at all!
Publisher: Leabhraichean Beaga
Publication date: 03 April 2013
Illustrated by Sandra MacIntyre.
Calum loves to play outside with his friends. He is not happy when he is ill and has to stay in bed.
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