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The first time I experienced the Queen's nose was when one of my all time favourite teacher (Mr. Ryan) read us the book in school.
He'd read us a couple of classics like the Iron Giant and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe but it was the Queen's Nose by Dick King Smith that caught my attention and subsequently it was the first book I ever brought with my pocket money.
Years later I found out it was going to be a CBBC as a series and I told everybody to watch to the point of annoyance.
The first season of the Queen's nose is; although not 100% faithful to the book, is everything a fan of the story could have wanted. The second and Third gave us a glimpse of the characters lives and; I think was honest to the feel of the story.
That having been said I only recommend the first three seasons because it did get a bit silly from there.
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