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ISBN:
0749640847
Author:
Gervase Phinn
Language:
English
Publisher:
Franklin Watts Ltd (October 25, 2001)
Pages:
32 pages
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1734 kb
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1603 kb
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1666 kb
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4.9
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June 2003 : UK Paperback.

Books by Gervase Phinn. IT Takes one to know one. The day my teacher went batty. The school inspector calls. Don’t tell the teacher. Bad becky in trouble. Don’t Tell the. Teacher. Illustrated by Chris Mould. SoThere!’ on page 53 is taken from. Up and Down in the Dales (Michael Joseph, 2004).

Books & tapes by gervase phinn. Title ISBN number price. The Franklin Watts Collection of Poems: Don’t Go Pet a Porcupine ISBN 0-7495-4084-7 £1. 9. The Dog Ate My Homework ISBN 0-7496-4083-9 £1. I Gave My Love a Red, Red Nose ISBN 0-7496-4086-3 £1. Are We Nearly There Yet? ISBN 0-7496-4085-5 £1. Don't Tell the Teacher ISBN 0-141-32074-5 £. Touches of Beauty (teaching text) ISBN 5-244160-8 £1. 0. Reading Matters (teaching text) ISBN 5-244162-4 £1.

Don't Go Pet a Porcupine. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Gervase Phinn is one of the most popular authors from England, who specializes in writing his books based on the Children’s Books, Biographies & Memoirs, and Literature & Fiction genres. He has written a total of three famous novel series in his writing career. One among them is known as ‘The Dales Series’, which is very much successful all around the world.

Gervase was a schools inspector in North Yorkshire. Don’t Go Pet a Porcupine. Dubbed 'The James Herriot of schools'.

The latest book in Gervase Phinn's charming Little Village School series is out now! Will any of you be picking up a copy . I just thought I’d tell you,’ she said, ‘my sister thinks your books are very funny – but they don’t make me laugh

The latest book in Gervase Phinn's charming Little Village School series is out now! Will any of you be picking up a copy of A Lesson in Love today? Gervase Phinn. 27 November 2014 ·. Have any of you picked up a copy of Gervase's wonderfully festive new book? Gervase Phinn updated their cover photo. I just thought I’d tell you,’ she said, ‘my sister thinks your books are very funny – but they don’t make me laugh. Prior to giving a talk at a festival in Leyburn I waited to sign my books but there were few takers. Then I was approached by a grizzled farmer.

There is a secret place I know Where I quite often like to go, Beyond the woods behind some rocks A super place for guzzling chocs.

Each Saturday I shout Hurray For that’s my pocket money day. So after breakfast 50p My generous father gave to me. Like lightning down the road I ran Until I reached the sweet-shop man, And bought the chocolates of my dreams A great big bag of raspberry creams. There is a secret place I know Where I quite often like to go, Beyond the woods behind some rocks A super place for guzzling chocs. When I arrived I quickly found A comfy looking little mound, Quite clean and round and earthy brown Just right , I thought, for sitting down

Gervase Phinn was a teacher for many years and later a school inspector and advisor. He is a real enthusiast, regularly promoting children's books and reading at conferences.

Gervase Phinn was a teacher for many years and later a school inspector and advisor. Gervase lives in Doncaster. Age Range: 8 - 12 years.

Porcupines are considered exotic pets because they are wild animals and not typically kept as pets. Their unique features have generated great interests from. Porcupines are considered exotic pets because they are wild animals and not typically kept as pets. Their unique features have generated great interests from some humans but a majority of us wouldn’t be looking to keep porcupines as pets. Well, that is really not the case.

Gervase Phinn (born 27 December 1946, Rotherham, England) is an English author and educator. After a career as a teacher he became a schools inspector and, latterly, Visiting Professor of Education at the University of Teesside

Gervase Phinn (born 27 December 1946, Rotherham, England) is an English author and educator. After a career as a teacher he became a schools inspector and, latterly, Visiting Professor of Education at the University of Teesside. He graduated from Leeds Trinity University in 1970 with a degree in Education. He has published five volumes of memoir, collections of poetry and a number of books about education. He has a particular interest in children's literature and literacy.