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by J. Aiken,Keith Gaines,Elisabeth Beresford

  • ISBN: 0199158924
  • Category: Reference
  • Author: J. Aiken,Keith Gaines,Elisabeth Beresford
  • Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
  • Other formats: azw mbr lit txt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press (March 23, 2000)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1682 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Oxford Literacy Web Fiction book. In the Variety Stage 9 books, Elisabeth Beresford describes adventures on Riduna Island - normally a quiet little island, but on three occasions, there is a big story to tell - and Joan Aiken retells folk tales of a wise girl who wins herself a king, a young man who finds himself a useful servant, and a very kind girl who finds herself in trouble

Variety books provide a support and an extension of reading skills acquired from reading Duck Green School Stories. In Stage 9, Elisabeth Beresford describes adventures on Riduna Island in Pirate Gold, Tommy in Trouble, and Tessa on TV. Riduna is normally a quiet little island, but on three occasions, there is a big story to tell.

Elisabeth Beresford, MBE (/ˈbɛrɪsfərd/; 6 August 1926 – 24 December 2010), also known as Liza Beresford, was an English author of children's books, best known for creating The Wombles

Elisabeth Beresford, MBE (/ˈbɛrɪsfərd/; 6 August 1926 – 24 December 2010), also known as Liza Beresford, was an English author of children's books, best known for creating The Wombles. Born into a family with literary connections, she worked as a journalist, but struggled for success until she created the Wombles in the late 1960s. The theme of recycling was particularly notable, and the Wombles became very popular with children across the world

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More by Elisabeth Beresford. The Wombles: Buggy Trouble. Secret Railway (Magnet Books). The Wombles: Deep Space Womble. The Wombles Annual 1974. Wombles of Wimbledon.

In the "Variety Stage 9" books, Elisabeth Beresford describes adventures on Riduna Island in Pirate Gold, Tommy in Trouble, and Tessa on TV. Riduna is normally a quiet little island, but on three occasions, there is a big story to tell

In the "Variety Stage 9" books, Elisabeth Beresford describes adventures on Riduna Island in Pirate Gold, Tommy in Trouble, and Tessa on TV. Joan Aiken retells folk tales of a wise girl who wins herself a king, a young man who finds himself a useful servant, and a very kind girl who finds herself in trouble, but has her kindness repaid. Variety books support and extend the reading skills acquired from reading "Duck Green School Stories".

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a b "Beresford, Elizabeth" (sic) in Humphrey Carpenter and Mari Prichard The Oxford Companion to. .Fantastic Fiction: Elisabeth Beresford contains a list of Beresford's literary works.

a b "Beresford, Elizabeth" (sic) in Humphrey Carpenter and Mari Prichard The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984, . 6. a b c TV & Radio obituaries: Elisabeth Beresford The Telegraph (26 December 2010). Retrieved on 27 December 2010. Tidy Bag: The online Wombles museum is dedicated to Beresford's most well known creation.

In the "Variety Stage 9" books, Elisabeth Beresford describes adventures on Riduna Island in "Pirate Gold", "Tommy in Trouble", and "Tessa on TV". Riduna is normally a quiet little island, but on three occasions, there is a big story to tell. Joan Aiken retells folk tales of a wise girl who wins herself a king, a young man who finds himself a useful servant, and a very kind girl who finds herself in trouble, but has her kindness repaid. "Variety" books support and extend the reading skills acquired from reading "Duck Green School Stories". They are divided into consolidation stories ("Pirate Gold", "Tommy in Trouble", "Tessa on TV") and extension stories ("The Wise Girl", "Serve Me", "Stefan", and "Helena and the Wild Man").
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