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The Petal People - Tiger Lily

The Petal People - Tiger Lily | Online Kid's Book
The Petal People - Tiger Lily
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32
Pages: 
32
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Explore the world of The Petal People in these delightful books whose characters are centered around the world of plants and flowers. Each book also has activities to complete about the story. Tiger Lily hears someone crying but cannot find them. Simon Spider to the rescue.

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Pages: 32
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: ISBN 1-90065703-7
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Family & Friends
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: rescue, crying, seeds, trapped, stuck
Date Added: January 2, 2012
The Petal Peoplec Tiger Lily Written by Pauline Earles Created by Pauline Earles From original artwork by Zoe Earles wwwthepetalpeoplecom The right of Pauline Earles to be identified as the creator and author of this work has been asserted by her in accordance with the Copyrights Design and Patents Act First published in c Pauline Earles All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means whatsoever Published by Petal People Publishing Ltd TIGER LILY Tiger Lily lived in a brightly coloured striped cottage in Flowerland Her garden consisted of a large patio which was surrounded by flowers The sun was shining it was going to be a nice day Tiger Lily had decided to have a picnic lunch in her garden She did not want to eat alone so she thought it would be a nice idea to invite Peter Pansy to join her She prepared all of the food and lemonade before setting out for Peter Pansys house to invite him over for lunch As she closed her garden gate Tiger Lily heard a strange noise Sniff sniff There it was again Sniff sniff Tiger Lily realised that someone somewhere was crying She could not see anyone What should she do Doris Daisy came walking by and Tiger Lily looked under neath her petals I am sorry said Doris Daisy I cannot help you I dont know where the crying is coming from I must dash though otherwise I shall be late for my appointment