A Beginning, A Muddle, And An End

A Beginning, A Muddle, And An End

The Right Way To Write Writing


Book - 2008
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"Avon the snail and Edward the ant are back for another funny--and philosophical--adventure. This time, Avon has decided he wants to be a writer, only to discover that writing is way more difficult than he ever imagined. He finally gets the word "Something" written down, but there's a problem: what to write next? Luckily, his friend Edward is there to advise." --From the publisher.
Publisher: Orlando, Fla. : Harcourt, c2008.
ISBN: 9780152055554
Characteristics: 164 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Tusa, Tricia


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Apr 07, 2015

This book is not just for kids. Anyone who is an aspiring writer will enjoy this book filled with an abundance of play-on-words. It is also full of fun words to fill the vocabulary of young readers, such as raddle.


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whiteshadow13 Apr 03, 2012

Avon the snail decides to become a writer with the help of his friend Edward the ant, which leads them into a series of adventures involving close encounters with an anteater, a crow, a tree frog, and a hungry fish.

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