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Five Children and It Hb

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4 out of 5
Based on 19,016 Ratings and 1,000 Reviews

Book Description
An illustrated gift edition of E.Nesbit's classic story. "It" is a small furry thing discovered by Robert, Anthea, Jane, Cyril and Lamb while playing in a gravel pit. At first it is cross with them, but later it explains that it is a Psammead or sand-fairy, able to make wishes come true.
Book Information
PublisherPenguin Young Readers Group
BindingHardcover (246 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages240
Publication Date05/04/1995
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About E, Illustrated by Larry Wilkes Nesbit (Author) : E, Illustrated by Larry Wilkes Nesbit is a published author. A published credit of E, Illustrated by Larry Wilkes Nesbit is Five Children and It.
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About Edith Nesbit (Author) : Edith Nesbit is a published author, creator, editor, and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Edith Nesbit include Treasure Seekers, The Railway Children (Children's Ch... more
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3/17/2013 Kevin Futers tagged as: I read, I recommend

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8/29/2008 Donald Jeffries said: E. Nesbit inspired both Edward Eager and J.K. Rowling, so you know she must have been pretty good. Her books are still fresh, some 100 years after they were written.
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