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Butterworth wrote books that helped teach kids about their senses, such as What Can I Hear .
Butterworth wrote books that helped teach kids about their senses, such as What Can I Hear? and What Can I Taste? She wrote about the workings of animal habitats in Inside an Ant's Nest and other books. She wrote about food and body functions in other books, including Beans, Bread, and Hiccups and Burps. I write about anything I'm interested in, and writing a book is a way of learning more and of trying to persuade the reader to feel as I do about the topic.
Christine Butterworth’s most popular book is Fish (My World). Showing 15 distinct works. Fish by. Christine Butterworth, Peter Greenland (Photographer).
The BFG. Boy: tales of childhood. I stood there enthralled. Then I heard the Giraffe saying to the Pelican in the next window, 'Pelly, my dear, be so good as to fly down and bring that small person up here to talk to u. At once the Pelican spread his huge white wings and flew down on to the road beside me. 'Hop in,' he said, opening his enormous beak.
Christine is purportedly a compilation of letters from a "gifted young English girl studying in Germany just before the outbreak of the war" (Charms 188) to her mother in Britain. Written by Elizabeth von Arnim and presented under her anonymous pen-name Alice Cholmondeley, the work dated from May 28, 1914 to August 4, 1914, the letters were published in 1917. Christine" explained her experience with German pre-war culture; however, Christine did not exist.