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Author:
Lou Kuenzler
ISBN13:
978-1408113363
ISBN:
1408113368
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Publisher:
A & C Black Publishers Ltd (September 30, 2009)
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1803 kb
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White Wolves: Folk Tales. By (author) Lou Kuenzler. Lou Kuenzler is a talented new author of children's fiction. She has previously worked as a drama teacher and theatre director. She writes in a humourous and engaging style.

White Wolves: Folk Tales.

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A little old man and the little old woman live in Scotland. They have no money and nothing to eat but thin cabbage soup. The little old lady bakes a bannock, but this bannock is not any bannock. When a goblin appears with a bag of flour, they think their dreams have come true. But this is not any flour This is magic flour. The little old lady bakes a bannock, but this bannock is not any bannock

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A little old man and the little old woman have no money and all they eat is thin cabbage soup. When a goblin gives them a bag of flour, they think their dreams have come true. But this is not any flour...This is magic flour. The little old lady bakes a bannock, but this bannock is not any bannock, it jumps up and runs away before they can eat it! The little old man and the little old woman quickly give chase, but will the bannock ever be caught?