Agapanthus Hum and the Angel Hoot

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Philomel Books, 2003 - 50 pages
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Agapanthus Hum is growing up, and she's finally lost her first tooth. But this is no ordinary lost tooth! Now her trademark humming has turned into a special sound that good little Daddy calls an angel hoot. When Major Bark joins in howling, they take their show on the road to perform their "hoot-and-howl" act for the whole class, leaving everyone clapping and clamoring for lost teeth, too. Agapanthus is whizzier and dizzier than ever in this irresistible book that will have its readers hooting and howling 'til the very end.

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Review: Agapanthus Hum: And the Angel Hoot

Avis d'utilisateur  - Sarah - Goodreads

Chapter book. I like the girls name...Agapanthus. She looses a tooth, which is cute. Probably relateable by 5/6-year-olds. I thought it was a bit stupid. Consulter l'avis complet

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Chapter Four
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Chapter Seven
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À propos de l'auteur (2003)

Joy Cowley is one of the first writers a child discovers, and her timeless Mrs. Wishy-Washy is loved all over the world as a reading classic. Joy is also the author of over five hundred books for children, and many adult books. Joy lives in New Zealand with her many cats and her husband, Terry

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