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The Tales of Shan the Story Teller

Tubby the Hero

by Ernestine Lindsey

  • 345 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile Fiction / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11722750M
    ISBN 101413702562
    ISBN 109781413702569

    In , Marshall Cavendish revisited the world of Story Teller by publishing a big hardback book called My Big Book of Fairy Tales. Although the publication lacked the Story Teller branding, it was essentially a compilation of the best stories from Story Teller ; it contained 73 stories from the two series and three Christmas issues. Today's best-selling Christian storytellersRandy Alcorn, Terri Blackstock, Angela Hunt, Karen Kingsbury, and othersoffer these delightful new tales of hometown faith and values that really matter. Get comfy, and enjoy! pages, softcover from Multnomah. The Story Tellers Collection Book Two ().

      “After the Last Border” is really three books in one. There is the story of Mu Naw, a refugee from Myanmar who comes with her family to Austin, Texas, in .   Created by Jim Henson. With John Hurt, Brian Henson, Frederick Warder, David Greenaway. An old storyteller tells European folk tales to his sarcastic dog.

    BIG Tell-a-Tale: Four to Get Ready by Florence Laughlin: Frisker (Whitman Tell-a-Tale) by Mary Lauer Nowak: Funny Friends in Mother Goose Land (A Tell-A-Tale Book) by Pam Ford: Fuzzy Joe Bear (Whitman Tell-a-Tale) by Gladys M. Horn: Gene Autry Goes to the Circus by John Ushler: Gentle Ben and the Pesky Puppy by Jean Fiedler. Regardless, the book is smoothly written, and engrossing, and based on a real story, which is the most interesting part of the whole thing. I felt as though there were some storylines left loose, and the ending was abrupt (though when something is based on a true story, there's only so much a Quite lovely/5(12).


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