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The Gingerbread Man Big Book

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In this modern version of a fun fairy tale, an old man decides to bake some gingerbread for his wife. When the gingerbread man comes to life, he runs away because he does not want to be eaten. The gingerbread man meets various characters, all of whom want to eat him. Finally, he meets a dingo who does not appear to want to eat him – but should he trust this stranger? This big book is about belonging, trust, strangerdanger and the ending is open for interpretation and discussion. Paperbackback. 16 pages. pages. Measures 42 H x 30cm W.
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The Gingerbread Man Big Book

Code
501951
In this modern version of a fun fairy tale, an old man decides to bake some gingerbread for his wife. When the gingerbread man comes to life, he runs away because he does not want to be eaten. The gingerbread man meets various characters, all of whom want to eat him. Finally, he meets a dingo who does not appear to want to eat him – but should he trust this stranger? This big book is about belonging, trust, strangerdanger and the ending is open for interpretation and discussion. Paperbackback. 16 pages. pages. Measures 42 H x 30cm W.
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Pedagogical Focus Wellbeing
Book # Pages 16 pages.
Height 42cm
Width 30cm
Made in Australia YES
Paper/Hard Back Paperback
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