Amazing Grace

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Frances Lincoln Limited, Jul 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Bestselling author Mary Hoffman's truly inspiring tale of a girl who loves stories is evocatively illustrated with detailed watercolour paintings. With its reissue in a dual-language format, this much-loved multicultural picture book now reaches a wider audience and becomes an even more valuable teaching resource. Amazing Grace is available in Bengali, Gujurati, Punjabi and Urdu, with parallel English text.Ages 4-7

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This is the storry about a little girl who likes to play pretend. she loves to act out popular stories. one in her school they decide to make a play about the Peter Pan story and she decides o try out ... Read full review

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Grace was a girl who loved stories. She loved them when her Nana told them to her, she loved them when she read them herself, and she loved them when they were interpreted for her through film. Always ... Read full review

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Children's author and reviewer Mary Hoffman was born in 1945. She attended Newnham College to study English literature and University College London to study linguistics. She started writing in 1970 and has written about eighty children's books including the picture book Amazing Grace, the Stravaganza series, and the anti-war anthology Lines in the Sand. She is also the editor of the children's book review magazine Armadillo, which comes out four times a year. She currently lives in Carterton, outside Oxford, with her husband.

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