Shoestring Soup by Fergus Lyons
  

Synopsis

Shoestring Soup by Fergus Lyons

The poor man is tired of shoestring soup. He tries eating a cookerybook sandwich - yuck! He even tries being a duck - Quack Quack! - to get some nice crusts of bread. But nothing works. What can he do? This is Panda number 30 .

About the Author

Fergus Lyons is an artist and lives in the hills of County Sligo. He exhibits his work frequently.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Fergus Lyons
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Publisher

O'Brien Press Ltd

Publication date

17th August 2004

ISBN

9780862788711

Publisher Profile

O'Brien Press Ltd is an imprint of O'Brien

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The O'Brien Press is Ireland's leading general publisher of both adult and children's books. Our list covers a huge range, including biography, humour, photography, history, art, fiction, politics, cookery, sport, music, memoir, true crime and travel and we are constantly expanding into new and exciting areas.

Publisher's Website

www.obrien.ie


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