The Tree Legends Legend Two Naughty Squirrels by Elizabeth M. Harrison
  

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The Tree Legends Legend Two Naughty Squirrels by Elizabeth M. Harrison

In The Tree Legends the topsy-turvy trees live in a magical valley, where trees have individual little characters they can choose to uproot themselves and turn topsy-turvy. Their roots become their hair and their foliage become either skirts or trousers, they are able to move around the valley. They have adventures. In Legend Two Naughty Squirrels Grandad Pop Poplar Tree tells a story of how a poor lady tree becomes disfigured due to the bullying of naughty squirrels and how the squirrel get their 'just deserts' but finally excused by the fair topsy-turvy trees.

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Format

Paperback
38 pages

Author

Elizabeth M. Harrison
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Publisher

FeedARead.com

Publication date

1st April 2014

ISBN

9781784075897


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