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by Irwin Shapiro

eBook Weekly Reader Children's Book Club presents Twice upon a time download ISBN: 068413358X
Author: Irwin Shapiro
Publisher: Xerox Education Publications; [Weekly Reader Children's Book Club ed.-. edition (1973)
Language: English
ePub: 1958 kb
Fb2: 1675 kb
Rating: 4.1
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A wandering writer finds trouble in the kingdom of Gib-Gib where the king wants everything twice as big, twice as much, or twice as long as anywhere else in the world.

Twice upon a time book.

Weekly Reader Children's Book Club presents Twice upon a time. Once upon a time there was a writer of stories. His name was Rambling Richard, and he wandered all over the world. He carried with him an ink pot and a bundle of paper. In his hat was stuck a goose quill pen. Every morning he sat down and wrote a story. He exchanged his stories for bread and cheese and a place to sleep

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Twice upon a time Hardcover – 1973.

Little is known of his background or upbringing

Little is known of his background or upbringing. His family probably came from what is now Hungary, since his first published books in the late 1930s are translations from Hungarian.

Book is in fine condition. It shows only very light wear.

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Once upon a time there was a writer of stories. His name was Rambling Richard, and he wandered all over the world. He carried with him an ink pot and a bundle of paper. In his hat was stuck a goose quill pen. Every morning he sat down and wrote a story. He dipped his goose quill pen in the ink pot, and began: "Once upon a time..." He exchanged his stories for bread and cheese and a place to sleep. Sometimes - but not very often - he bought a new hat or a purple cloak with extra-large pockets.