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24 ½ almond tree grove : in the Vales / by Grandmother Christine
Bib ID 7797184
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Sinclair, Christine, author, illustrator
 
Description [Mclaren Vale, South Australia] : Christine Sinclair, [2018] 
12 pages : colour illustrations ; 15 x 21 cm 
ISBN 9780646991283 (paperback)
Series

Sinclair, Christine. In the Vales.

Summary

24 ½ almond tree grove second story in the series In the Vales. A fun, discovery, light fantasy story about a young girl that inherit her Grammy's Cottage in the Vales, then starts to remember some of Grammy's favourite stories of her wee friends. The Almond Tree fairies are so helpful to us all, just read my wee story and see. "These stories allow you to enter into a parallel world set within our local community. They will take you on a journey to allow your imagination to tell the tales of the adventurous characters in a variety of unique situ's. The dialogue twists between now and then to provide a rich connection to the character's shenanigans, which motivates the reader to visualise beyond the text to create deeper meaning and connection to self, family and the community we live in."

Notes

Title from cover.

NLApp78922

Subjects Grandmothers -- Fiction.  |  Fantasy fiction.  |  Storytelling -- Fiction.  |  Fairy tales.  |  Fantasy.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Sinclair, Christine
Also Titled

Twenty four and a half almond tree grove : in the Vales

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