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by D. Ward,Sue Tarsky

Author: D. Ward,Sue Tarsky
Language: English
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd (April 1985)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.2
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Listen to books in audio format. On the morning of the eighth of June, 1893, at about ten o'clock, crowds were seen clustered in front of the daily newspaper bulletins in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Boston. The excitement rivalled that occasioned by the assassination of Garfield, and by night the country was as bewildered and aghast as when the news came that Lincoln was murdered.

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Tarsky, Sue. Published by Walker Books (1985). ISBN 10: 0744502292 ISBN 13: 9780744502299. Many colour illustrations by Deborah Ward. A Zebra Chatterbox book for very young children. Seller Inventory 909. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

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THE DOOR: A Prologue of Sorts. Something had changed. She stood motionless at the cottage door. This was the hard truth: to be Jack become the Giant, his own mansions routed by the child he was. Yes, he’d spilled his beans and climbed his own green stalk to the clouds and tipped old Humpty over, only to learn, now much later, that that was probably the way the Old Man, in his wisdom, had wanted it. He swung, chanting to himself to keep his stroke steady, and he dropped those tall hard trees, but he was all too aware of what he was really doing, of what was happening up there, or about to, and how the Ogre in him wouldn’t drop away and leave her free.

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