The Mermaid, the Prince and the Happy Ever After ePUB

The Mermaid, the Prince and the Happy Ever After ePUB


The Mermaid, the Prince and the Happy Ever After [PDF] ✪ The Mermaid, the Prince and the Happy Ever After Author Timothy Knapman – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Once upon a time there was a prince who took his job very seriously indeed Beachfront Castle was extremely leaky and Bernard knew that he ought to marry a rich princess Then Bernard went swimming and the Prince Kindle Ò Once upon a time there was a prince who took his job very seriously indeed Beachfront Castle was extremely leaky The Mermaid, PDF/EPUB ² and Bernard knew that he ought to marry a rich princess Then Mermaid, the Prince and the Kindle - Bernard went swimming and met an enchanted mermaid and Mermaid, the Prince eBook ↠ that's when his troubles really began.

  • Paperback
  • The Mermaid, the Prince and the Happy Ever After
  • Timothy Knapman
  • English
  • 05 October 2016
  • 9780140569995

About the Author: Timothy Knapman

the Prince Kindle Ò Timothy Knapman has written many books for children including Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates Dinosaurs in the Supermarket and The Mermaid, PDF/EPUB ² Eleanor's Eyebrows He also writes plays and co writes musicals Timothy Knapman Mermaid, the Prince and the Kindle - is available in a range of colours and is Mermaid, the Prince eBook ↠ washable.



3 thoughts on “The Mermaid, the Prince and the Happy Ever After

  1. Ciaran Mcnamee Ciaran Mcnamee says:

    Prince Bernard lives with his father and pet dragon in a leaky castle They are so poor that Bernard is on the verge of marrying a rich but totally unsuitable princess To cheer himself up he goes for a swim By chance he meets and falls in love with Coral the mermaid They marry but have a problem Bernard can't live under the sea and Coral isn't happy living in a giant fishtank in the castle It looks as though they will not be able to live happily ever after until Bernard has an idea This is a great book for lower Key Stage 2 The story is engaging and the illustrations really bring it to life I used it in Literacy during a term when my class we learning about water It is very good for introducing children to the concept of a dilemma It provides an opportunity for children to use connectives to explain their thoughts and extend their sentences

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