A young girl shows that good deads are richly rewarded in this magical story about doing the right thing Yasmin lives in a tiny house with her mama and papa and six little brothers and sisters. They are poor and hungry and, as the eldest child, Yasmin knows she needs to do something to help. So she sets off to find some food. But Yasmin can't find any food and, instead, is given some mysterious parcels. How can these parcels help her feed her family?
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Anne Rooney asked Muffin Atkins and Lauren baby bird Beccy Blake HB birds don’t eat birds don’t growl birds don’t live Birds don’t swim Birds eat black beak Black Knight burrow Caitlin took Caitlin’s dad chick cliff eat fish eat grass eat worms empty flapped their wings floor Ghost Mouse Gowar and Graham Graham Howells Granny ground Honeycomb Cottage Jill Atkins Karen Wallace kind of bird Knight by Mick knobbly laughed Lauren Tobia Leaves By Louise lighthouse looked Louise John lunchbox Melanie and Hugo mice Mick Gowar Mouse by Karen Muffin didn’t Muffin tried nest open beak opened his beak Parcels by Jill rabbit hopped rock rolled-up sock Rooney and Sean rubbish bird salty scooter Sean Julian seeds shouted silver Skylarks sleep sleeve slithery Tallulah Tea Leaves thought Muffin tried jumping tummy unkind crow waddled Wallace and Beccy wasn’t webbed feet wriggled Yasmin Yasmin’s Parcels