Who's Afraid of the Bwgan-Wood? PDF ePub eBook

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Who's Afraid of the Bwgan-Wood? free pdf All day long, people hurry to and fro across the waste ground on the fringes of the Bwgan-Wood. Nobody see the eyes peeping out at them from the tangle of the trees. Nobody notices the way the leaves shake when there isn't any wind. Winner of the Welsh academy Prize for children's fiction. Ages 7-11 years.

About Anne Lewis

Anne Lewis is a children's writer who has worked as a zoological illustrator. She is the author of "The Scary Monster Clean-Up Gang" and the winner of the Honno/Welsh Academy Prize and the Welsh Books Council's Tir na nOg Prize.

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Author : Anne Lewis
Publisher : Honno Ltd
Data Published : 12 May 1995
ISBN : 1870206142
EAN : 9781870206143
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 139 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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