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Franklin In The Dark: 25TH Anniversary Edition

Franklin In The Dark 25TH Anniversary

Kids Can Press


ISBN: 1554536162
Author: Paulette Bourgeois

The author is Paulette Bourgeois and the publisher is Kids Can Press. It became available on the 1st of February, 2011. The book is 48 pages long. The children's book dimensions are 0.5" Height x 9.5" Length x 8.8" Width and it weighs somewhere around 1 lbs. While reading is one thing in which everybody of any age can enjoy, you will discover unquestionably many ways in which you will make the enjoyment a whole lot better. There are people who point out they just don't sufficient time to read, nevertheless reading is yet another excellent utilization of time, particularly with a good book. Allow yourself to get absorbed in this book. Acquire a copy of this children's book, check out the shopping cart button.

This larger-format special collectible edition of the first Franklin book celebrates the 25th anniversary inside the world's most beloved turtle.? This really is particularly distressing for Franklin as he happens to develop to be a turtle, as well as the darkness he fears is, of course, inside his personal shell. A perfect gift for long-time fans also as a new generation of readers alike. In the Franklin Classic Storybook that began it all, poor small Franklin has on the list of most common childhood afflictions -- he is afraid from the dark. In the end, Franklin discovers that everybody is afraid of something, even his own mother, and his response to what he has learned is guaranteed to draw a smile. and private letters from the author and illustrator that gives a fun behind-the-scenes peek at this Canadian classic. Includes never-before-seen archival material? Bravely, with shell in tow, he sets forth to seek help and inside the course of his travels discovers a bird who is afraid of heights, a polar bear who is afraid of the cold, as properly as a hydrophobic duck.



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