Essential Penguin: The Snow Goose / The Small Miracle - Paul Gallico Reviews
Description:ISBN 140299521 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Paul Gallico / Edition: New Edition / Paperback / 80 Pages / Book is published 2001-02-22 by ... more
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by - written on 25/06/12 (Very useful, 30 readings)
This is a book I have meant to read for absolutely ages. Training to be a teacher (and working in a bookshop) means you come across these great books which are not just exciting stories but great teaching resources too. I was recently reminded of Paul Gallico's writing during the Jubilee as one of his earlier titles was re-printed in celebration, 'Coronation'. It encouraged me to dig out my copy of 'The Snow Goose' and finally read it. I am going to sound incredibly lazy when I tell you that it is only about 45 pages but I am constantly reading something and it is easy sometimes to bypass the shorter stories. 'The Snow Goose' is a story about friendship ... Read the complete review
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