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The Treasure of the Oak


Book Description
Four children become friends during summer vacation. They discover a magical shofar inside an old, hollow tree while catching lizards. When the oldest girl blows into the ram's horn, all the children are transported into the kingdom of Foresia. Once there, they are befriended by a group of forest animals. The children learn that a strange and mysterious fog has entered Foresia and is spoiling the ... More
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PublisherPublishAmerica
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages284
ISBN-101588514633
ISBN-13978-1588514639
Publication Date11/2002
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About Edward Leech (Author) : Edward Leech is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Edward Leech include The Treasure of the Oak.
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