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Plum stones by Helen Beaglehole
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Plum stones (edition 1999)

by Helen Beaglehole

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Elizabeth had been thinking about it for some time. Then on her sixth birthday, when they were eating the last plums of the season, she looked carefully around to see if her family was watching her and she did it quickly, before anyone could stop her. She picked up the last plum on her plate and swallowed it, plum stone and all. Suggested level: primary.… (more)
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Title:Plum stones
Authors:Helen Beaglehole
Info:Port Melbourne, Vic. : Roland Harvey Books, 1999.
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Elizabeth had been thinking about it for some time. Then on her sixth birthday, when they were eating the last plums of the season, she looked carefully around to see if her family was watching her and she did it quickly, before anyone could stop her. She picked up the last plum on her plate and swallowed it, plum stone and all. Suggested level: primary.

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