The cuckoo tree

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Doubleday, 1971 - Juvenile Fiction - 314 pages
Dido Twite is finally back in England, but having trouble reaching London. Various problems delay her until she stumbles across a plot to slide St. Paul's Cathedral into the Thames during the coronation of the new king. Then Dido quickly returns to London to save the day.

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THE CUCKOO TREE

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Don't aggle at me, gal! I'm warning ee, if I have any more mizmaze from ee, I'll make things right skaddle." Boggle you may, skedaddle you won't through all these "havey-cavey" goings-on in a turble ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
33
Section 2
84
Section 3
173
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About the author (1971)

Joan Aiken, daughter of the American writer Conrad Aiken, was born in Rye, Sussex, England, and has written more than sixty books for children, including The Wolves of Willoughby Chase.