e-Book Jeremy's tail: A story epub downloadAuthor: Duncan Ball
Publisher: Ashton Scholastic (1990)
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e-Book Jeremy's tail: A story epub download
by Duncan Ball
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I loved the story about Jeremy's Tail. Duncan Ball is an American-born Australian author who has written the children's series Selby (about a talking dog named Selby who tries to keep his secret away from his owners) and Emily Eyefinger (about a girl who has an eye on her finger). He also writes under the name of John St Claire. Duncan currently lives in Glebe‚ NSW with his wife‚ Jill. Books by Duncan Ball.
1990) A Picture Book by Duncan Ball. Blindfolded Jeremy, on his way to pin the tail on the donkey, takes a circuitous route that carries him far afield, over the ocean and into space, before he finally reaches his goal. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Duncan Ball's Jeremy's Tail.
Duncan also wrote single non-series books, such as "Jeremy's Tail" and "My Dog's a. .Ball's wife Jill is a librarian. The Ghost and the Gory Story (Angus & Robertson, 1990).
Duncan also wrote single non-series books, such as "Jeremy's Tail" and "My Dog's a Scaredy Cat". His latest book is a book of funny poems called "My Sister Has a Big Black Beard". Marriage and children. Duncan has two adult sons, Eliot and Ian, by his first wife, Vivian, and three grandsons. The Ghost and the Gory Story (Angus & Robertson, 1990) books: The Case of the Graveyard Ghost (Angus & Robertson, 1994).
Duncan Ball's Selby books have repeatedly been winners of 'children's choice' book awards. Selby - the only talking dog in Australia, and perhaps the world - returns with more stories to entertain and amuse in the thirteenth book of the series. Between being coated in chocolate and almost eaten by those horrible brats Willy and Billy, falling in love with the world's first talking cat, pretending to be a seeing-eye dog and maybe - just maybe - changing the recipe of Dry-Mouth Dog Biscuits, Selby is in a right shemozzle.
In an outrageously tall tale, blindfolded Jeremy is determined to pin the tail on a donkey-and not to peek. All unaware, he walks out the door, onto a bus, and then-by various means of transportation reported only in Rawlins's sumptuous the world and even into space before wandering back to pin the tail in just the right place. The sly interplay between the text, which reports only what the oblivious, vulnerable-looking Jeremy can sense without seeing, and the wild pictured adventures should keep young audiences giggling.
Blindfolded Jeremy, on his way to pin the tail on the donkey, takes a circuitous route that carries him far afield, over the ocean and into space, before he finally reaches his goal.
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Ser Duncan the Tall was a Lord Commander of the Kingsguard during the reign of King Aegon V Targaryen. His personal arms were a green shooting star above an elm tree proper on sunset, but he also briefly used the sigil of an unknown knight, "a hanged man swinging grim and gray beneath a gallows tree. Raised as Dunk in Flea Bottom, Duncan became the squire of the hedge knight Arlan of Pennytree.
Duncan Ball is the author of many books of children’s fiction, including the multi-award-winning Selby and Emily Eyefinger series, various picture books, five novels, a book of plays and a collection of funny poetry, My Sister Has a Big Black Beard. Duncan lives in Sydney.