I Can, You Can, Toucan! by Sue Mayfield
  

I Can, You Can, Toucan!

Written by Sue Mayfield
Part of the Banana Books Series

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Everyone is different and some people are better at doing certain things than other people. I Can, You Can, Toucan tells the story of 3 friends: one tall, one short and one who can fly. Together they can do everything, but individually they realise they can’t . A real feel good story. Green Bananas make reading fun.

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Synopsis

I Can, You Can, Toucan! by Sue Mayfield

Best friends Toucan, Giraffe and Penguin all have something special about them but it takes the others to point it out. Giraffe feels he is too tall, Penguin wants to fly, and Toucan is embarrassed by his big yellow beak. But they discover that they can use their differences to help their friends. A lovely story about friendship and celebrating differences, suitable for ages 4 and above.

About the Author

Sue Mayfield

Sue Mayfield is the author of eight novels for young adults, three of which (Blue, Voices and Damage) have been nominated for the Carnegie Medal. Blue won the 2002 North East Book Award and the 2005 Heartland Award for Young Adult Fic on in the USA, where it was published as Drowning Anna. Un an après (the French version of Damage) won the 2011 Prix Polar de Jeunesse.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Sue Mayfield
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Author's Website

www.suemayfield.co.uk/index...

Publisher

Egmont Childrens Books

Publication date

7th March 2005

ISBN

9781405217934

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