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by Esta De Fossard
- ISBN: 0918831490
- Category: No category
- Author: Esta De Fossard
- Other formats: txt lit lit docx
- Language: English
- Publisher: Gareth Stevens (1985)
- Pages: 32 pages
- FB2 size: 1792 kb
- EPUB size: 1375 kb
- Rating: 4.3
- Votes: 939
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Timothy (better known as Timmy) (まめきち, Mamekichi?) and Thomas (more often known as Tommy) (つぶきち, Tsubukichi?) are the twin employees of Tom Nook, the tanuki who runs the town's store. They are rumored to be his sons or nephews, and their last name is also listed as Nook. Certain jock or lazy villagers will tell of a rumor that Tom Nook found them in the streets and raised them by himself.
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Originally published as: Frisk, the unfriendly foal. Easy-to-read animal adventures.
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Tommy, the timid foal. by. De Fossard, Esta. Tommy the timid foal doesn't make friends very easily but after meeting some animals and a young boy, Tommy discovers that having friends can be very pleasant. Includes a word list and questions about the text. Originally published as: Frisk, the unfriendly foal. Includes bibliographical references (pages 31-32) and index.
Tommy Westphall, portrayed by Chad Allen, is a minor character from the drama television series St. Elsewhere, which ran on NBC from 1982 to 1988. Westphall, who is autistic, played an increased role in St. Elsewhere's final episode, "The Last One", where one interpretation of the finale is that the entire St. Elsewhere storyline exists only within Westphall's imagination