The Strange Woodcutter by Patricia Phillip
  

Synopsis

The Strange Woodcutter by Patricia Phillip

Tammi and Jason always look forward to their summer holiday. This year they are going to stay with their cousins, who live in a village in the mountains of St Lucia. Tammi and Jason are warned not to go into the forest, but they don't listen and go anyway. It is an experience they will never forget.

About the Author

Patricia Phillip is a new author from St Lucia. The book is illustrated by the well-known St. Lucian artist, Alwyn St. Omer.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Patricia Phillip
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

9th September 1997

ISBN

9780582316331


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