Granny Pegg's Great Chase&Granny Grinalot's Day in the Desert

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When a crocodile at the zoo snaps off one of Granny Pegg's legs she is not daunted. She simply gets a wooden one in "Granny Pegg's Great Chase."It proves invaluable in her pluckily offbeat capture of a thief...
In "Granny Grinalot's Day in the Desert", a game granny - a keen keeper of pets, favours a camel and, while riding one at the zoo, has a disturbing dream about crossing the desert... More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 2,850
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301290031
About Linda Talbot

Linda Talbot has written fantasy for children and adults and for many years reviewed art, theatre and books in London. She now lives in Crete. She published "Fantasy Book of Food"; rhymes, stories and recipes for children and "Five Rides by a River" - about Suffolk, seen from a bicycle! She contributed a chapter to a book about Conroy Maddox, the British surrealist and features on art to "Topos" the German landscape magazine. She published short stories with the British Fantasy Society as well as stories and poetry in other magazines. And she launched "Wordweavers", an online supplement of poetry and fiction, published in conjunction with The Cretan International Community.

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Review by: Aimee Higgins on June 19, 2013 :
I enjoyed both of these sassy stories about two strong women who are full of character and wit. They are happy and confident despite their seemingly quirky ways, age and potential limitations. Linda Talbot's upbeat humor, descriptive scenes and imaginative plots ensure an enjoyable read for the young and the young at heart. I recommend this this double feature of action and adventure.
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Review by: Michael Puttonen on May 13, 2013 :
Loved the first story. To me, the second had a somewhat weaker plot, though the writing for both was terrific. Found myself chuckling time and again over the author's wit, which is generously displayed in numerous passages. Excellent flow to the narrative, and the pleasant illustrations captured selected scenes well. Overall, a satisfying read. Children should find these stories enjoyable.
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