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Puck: The Gnome

by Jakob Streit

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This is a delightful story from master storyteller Jakob Streit, with insights of wisdom, humour and goodness.Puck the gnome has one foot facing forward, and one facing backward -- so he never knows if he's coming or going! His story brings to life the world of gnomes for children and addresses issues of friendship, honesty and loyalty.… (more)

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This is a delightful story from master storyteller Jakob Streit, with insights of wisdom, humour and goodness.Puck the gnome has one foot facing forward, and one facing backward -- so he never knows if he's coming or going! His story brings to life the world of gnomes for children and addresses issues of friendship, honesty and loyalty.

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