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Favourite Tales: The Enormous Turnip

by Nicola Baxter, Peter Stevenson (Illustrator)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0721416950, Hardcover)

The former "Well Loved Tales" series have been redesigned with brighter inks and coated paper to enhance the appeal of these fairy tales to young children. They are all intended for one level of readability and are considered ideal bedtime stories. This is the story of "The Enormous Turnip".

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Based on a traditional tale. A man plants a patch of turnips, one of which grows to be enormous. When it comes time to pull it, he needs the help of many others to pick it.

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