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On a Tall, Tall Cliff

by Andrew Murray

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0007121555, Hardcover)

"On a tall, tall cliff there are two little houses where Busby and Puffle live. From the edge, they can look down…down…down…to the deep, dark rocks below." The two friends would do anything for each other. But why does Busby need to borrow the entire contents of Puffle’s house—even the walls and roof? It seems a lot to ask—but it would really help! Perfect for one-on-one sharing or groups, this is a heartwarming tale with a clear message about friendship and generosity. Andrew Murray is the author of Have You Seen Chester? and A Very Sleepy Sloth. Alan Snow is the creator of How Santa Really Works and How Dogs Really Work.

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On a tall, tall cliff there are two little houses where Busby and Puffle live. From the edge they can look down, down, down to the deep, dark rocks far below. One day, Busby asks to borrow everything from Puffle's house, even the walls and roof! It seems a lot to ask, but it will really help! He doesn't realise it yet, but in bringing his entire house to Busby, Puffle is saved from a terrible fate. Suggested level: junior, primary.… (more)

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