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Animal Tales: Three Stories in One

by Michael Morpurgo

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 140523735X, Paperback)

In Jo-Jo the Melon Donkey, he does not like being a donkey, not one bit. Every day, he works hard selling melons on the streets of Venice. Then, one dark night, Jo-Jo discovers that it is up to him to save the city from the sea!
Next, in Conker, Nick’s grandmother decides to help him become champion of the children's game, Conker, and sends him off to find some special conkers, or nuts, from Cotter’s Yard. There, he discovers a half-starved dog. Will Nick be able to rescue him?
Annie’s father wants to demolish the old barn and build a new one in Colly's Barn. But what will happen to all the birds that nest there? To her relief, something amazing happens and the birds show that they are wiser than anyone could have imagined!

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