House Full of Stuff


A beautiful, intricately illustrated story about the importance of neighbours, unlikely friendships and recycling. A lesson that one person’s junk is another’s treasure! Mo and Mr McDuff live next door and have never met but when Mo breaks his bike who will step in to save the day with all his stuff?

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The fourth title from the brilliant Emily Rand, author and illustrator of a Dog Day, In the Darkness of the Night and The Lost Property Office. Mr McDuff lives in a house full of stuff! He loves collecting things – bits and pieces he thinks could be useful one day, but his neighbours call it junk! They keep their houses neat and tidy, and hurry by without saying hello. Everyone except Mo, that is. Can Mo and Mr. McDuff convince the rest of the neighbourhood that his stuff is useful, and that reusing and repairing is often better than throwing things away? A story about recycling and the environment as well as community, kindness and helping others. Readers will find new things to spot every time they look at Emily Rand’s incredibly detailed illustrations. Build and inspire a feeling of community and a sense of looking after their environment in the next generation.

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Weight0.318 kg
Dimensions29.2 × 30.3 × 0.8 cm






32 unnumbered




Hardback original


823.92 (edition:23)


Children – juvenile / Code: J


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