Crocodile's Sore Tooth Chiyao version by Fundisile Gwazube
  

Crocodile's Sore Tooth Chiyao version

Written by Fundisile Gwazube
Illustrated by
Part of the Cambridge Reading Routes Series

Synopsis

Crocodile's Sore Tooth Chiyao version by Fundisile Gwazube

This book is available separately or as part of the Little Library Reading Kit. The colourfully illustrated, indigenous story teaches literacy to children aged 5 to 9. As one of the ten award-winning South African stories in the Little Library Reading Kit, Crocodile's Sore Tooth tells the story of how a crocodile's toothache is cured. The full-colour illustrations and exciting, original narrative make each reading entertaining as well as educational.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Fundisile Gwazube
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

20th May 1999

ISBN

9780521668620


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