The Hut That Grew
Written by Annie Dalton
Part of the White Wolves: World Folk Tales Series
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The Hut That Grew by Annie DaltonWhen Princess Zena discovers she must move from her spacious, luxurious palace to live in the tiny gatekeeper's hut, she is devastated. Then a wise old man offers her some help - every day, the princess is told to fill the house with more and more animals. Soon she is sharing her bed with chickens and monkeys and a goat and a camel, and things aren't getting better, they're getting worse! But when they all leave, has the princess finally got what she wanted? The Hut that Grew is a retelling of an Ethiopian folk tale.
'One of the strengths of the 'White Wolves'
...an ingenious plot with a nice twist at the end.
About the Author
Interest Age: from 5 to 7
More books by Annie Dalton
A & C Black Publishers Ltd an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
1st March 2011
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