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David and the Phoenix - Illustrated


Book Description
David has no greater wish than to explore the mountains behind his new home in North Carolina and as he does he finds a wonder never dreamed of, the Phoenix. The Phoenix introduces David to an endless list of his friends from mythology and in the process opens Davidīs eyes to the wide world both the unseen world and seen world. In the unseen world David and the Phoenix share many adventures all th... More
Book Information
PublisherStart Publishing LLC
BindingKindle Edition (51 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages117
ISBN-10B00IIAGK4O
Publication Date02/10/2014
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About Edward Ormondroyd (Author) : Edward Ormondroyd is a published author and a narrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Edward Ormondroyd include David and the Phoenix (Unabridged), Time at the Top, Castaways on... more
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5/17/2008 Sean Martin said:
A flat out brilliant book from the early 50s, a charmer that's just waiting for a big time Hollywood adaption about a young boy who finds himself tutored by a nearly-500-year-old phoenix. His education includes dealing with satyrs and gryffins (or is it gryffons?) and witches who like to drag race i... more

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