How the Donkey Got His Bray by Anastasia Francis, etc.
  

How the Donkey Got His Bray

Written by Anastasia Francis, etc.
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Part of the Read Awhile Series

RRP £2.70

Synopsis

How the Donkey Got His Bray by Anastasia Francis, etc.

It is time for the animals' Annual Spring Competition. Donkey is the champion and is a big show-off. He thinks he is going to win, but Spider has other ideas and the animals are in for a big surprise!

About the Author

Esther O'Neale is a former co-ordinator of creative writing workshops for the Ministry of Education's Young Author Programme in Grenada. She wrote How the Donkey got his Bray with Anastasia Francis, Deanne Francis, Marva Francis Victor and Velma Victor. Neville Grant is an experienced teacher and teacher-trainer with an international reputation in the field of education. He is a leading author of English coursebooks at primary and secondary level.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Anastasia Francis, etc.
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

9th September 1997

ISBN

9780582297869


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