A Treasury of Stories for Eight Year Olds
Kingfisher, 1995 - Juvenile Fiction - 157 pages
This superb collection has been specially chosen to be read to eight-year-olds, but all ages will enjoy the variety and excellence of these stories of wacky ghosts, animals, wizards, kings and princesses. Illustrations.
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Anancy Anthea apple asked ASTRID LINDGREN Auntie Edna babies bark barrel Baxter beautiful began Begonia birdie Biscardi black pearls blue breakfast Brown cage castle clever cried demon DICK KING-SMITH dickey seat dog-child dream Dugan's Hill EDWARD BLISHEN Emil Emil's mother Ethel ghosts girl gold pieces goose-girl Grandfather Grandma hands happened head Hedley holy inside jumped Kate kiddies King Bikru King Karan kitchen knitting knives knobs knockers krona kronor larder door little Ida looked lovely Malcolm MARGARET MAHY Marian Mariannelund Monkey-Mother lives morning nice night nuts prince Princess Irina Raccoon remember ROBERT NEWTON PECK ROGER SQUIRE rolled silent silver sitting smell soup tureen spell Squirrel STORIES swans sweater Swing-Swing Swing-Swing-Janey tears tell there's things thought tiger Timothy took tree Turtle walked Wilbraham window wizard wizard's house