Let Sleeping Sea-Monsters Lie and Other Cautionary Tales

Let Sleeping Sea Monsters Lie and Other Cautionary Tales A funny fantastical collection of cautionary tales from the mind bogglingly brilliant and bestselling Eva Ibbotson Now with a brand new look Are you BRAVE enough to find out what happens when a spoil

  • Title: Let Sleeping Sea-Monsters Lie and Other Cautionary Tales
  • Author: Eva Ibbotson
  • ISBN: 9781447205876
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • A funny, fantastical collection of cautionary tales from the mind bogglingly brilliant and bestselling Eva Ibbotson Now with a brand new look Are you BRAVE enough to find out what happens when a spoilt girl is spiteful to a giant hungry worm Can you BEAR to watch a very silly boy poke an angry sleeping sea monster Do you DARE to discover why should you never, ever stealA funny, fantastical collection of cautionary tales from the mind bogglingly brilliant and bestselling Eva Ibbotson Now with a brand new look Are you BRAVE enough to find out what happens when a spoilt girl is spiteful to a giant hungry worm Can you BEAR to watch a very silly boy poke an angry sleeping sea monster Do you DARE to discover why should you never, ever steal milk from a Frid Beware Naughty children always get their just deserts A dog munching rock Doesn t everyone know that

    One thought on “Let Sleeping Sea-Monsters Lie and Other Cautionary Tales”

    1. The ProsThe four stories inside this book are stand alone, and so short you could read them in one sitting. This makes then great as a bed time story if you're not wanting to start something long but just want to dip into something.They are well written, the characters deftly described ( Chief Mc Gregor, a tall, thin Scotsman with scars in his hairy knees from fighting in a battle, and then sense of impending doom means that once you've started a story, you don't want to stop!Eva Ibbotsen is a g [...]

    2. Three and a half stars. A fun and silly book of short stories. I was sorry it was so short, but glad that there was one more book from Eva Ibbotson after her death. We have lost a great writer.

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