Norma leads a very normal life, but she longs for adventure. Will the silver teapot she finds at Granny’s house bring her the adventure she’s always dreamed of?
Oxford Reading Tree All Stars is an engaging chapter fiction series which combines age-appropriate content with imaginative stories, perfect for inspiring and stretching able infants. The series develops comprehension skills and provides a wide variety of fiction topics and styles, alongside illustrations that aid understanding.
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