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A Summery Saturday Morning,

By Margaret Mahy | Paperback | 2 Review(s)

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Let's go down to the sea this summery, Saturday morning, down the wiggly track, scattering shells and leaping logs! first the dogs chase the cat, next they chase a boy on a rattly bike - then the wild geese chase them ...Margaret Mahy's witty story, exuberantly illustrated by Selina Young, will... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
27 Sep 2010
Author(s)
Margaret Mahy
Publisher
Penguin Group (NZ)
ISBN-13
9780143504528
Dimensions
190mm x 260mm x 4mm
Pages
28
Format
Paperback
Release Date
27 Sep 2010
Author(s)
Margaret Mahy
Publisher
Penguin Group (NZ)
ISBN-13
9780143504528
Dimensions
190mm x 260mm x 4mm
Pages
28

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01 Jul 2017

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Margaret Mahy was a true storyteller, one of the world's most creative re-inventors of language. Her wonderfully imaginative stories continue to enchant children of all ages.

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19 Apr 2017

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Margaret Mahy was a true storyteller, one of the world's most creative re-inventors of language. Her wonderfully imaginative stories continue to enchant children of all ages.

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