The ueen's Nose review ´ 3

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The Queen's Nose review ´ 3 è Harmony Parker thought animals were much nicer than people and saw everyone as some non human species Her father for example was a bald headed Sea Lion and her mother a tubby fussy Pouter Pigeon But Harmony's parents wouldn't let her have pets of any kind then Uncle Ginger from India arrived and gave Harmony a very special Er for example was a bald headed Sea Lion and her mother a tubby fussy Pouter Pigeon But Harmony's parents wou. As a child I loved this TV series I did not realise it was a book until I read it with a year 3 class during placement The ueens Nose is about a young girl called Harmony who is in love with animals and wants nothing than to have a pet of her own She imagines everyone in her life as an animal for example her uncle a big walrus The story starts off when her uncle arrives and gives Harmony a magic fifty pence known as the ueen’s Nose; this coin allows Harmony up to seven wishes At first Harmony begins to wish for pets but as the story progresses she becomes selfless and uses her wishes for others Teacher’s can use this story during circle time to deal with issues regarding moral and what children consider to be right and wrong This story can also be used to stimulate a creative writing activity for example if they had the ueen’s Nose what would they wish for or what animal would they consider themselves as

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Harmony Parker thought animals were much nicer than people and saw everyone as some non human species Her fath. One of my favorite books of all time; I loved the story as a child and still love it now

Dick King-Smith Í 3 review

The Queen's NoseLdn't let her have pets of any kind then Uncle Ginger from India arrived and gave Harmony a very special prese. A girl who wants nothing than a pet receives a magic coin that will grant her 7 wishes As is usually the case with such magical items things don't always turn out the way she intendsNot too many surprises here but right on for the age group Our heroine does some satisfying growing up as she makes her wishes