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Rosie’s Walk Editable Labels

Rosie's Walk Editable Labels

About This Primary Resource

A collection of editable labels featuring our interpretation of characters and scenes from the children’s story - Rosie’s Walk. They are perfect for using as peg names or for labelling books, boxes, drawers etc.

Please note this resource is 100% unofficial and has been designed using original ELHQ artwork. It has not been endorsed by the author or publisher and is intended purely to supplement the story. ‘Rosie’s Walk’ is a wonderful book written by Pat Hutchins. If you do not yet have a copy we strongly recommend that you order one!

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  1. judy

    great resources

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