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  • Theresa Marrama Leo and Anthony
  • Theresa Marrama Leo and Anthony
  • Theresa Marrama Leo and Anthony
  • Theresa Marrama Leo and Anthony
  • Theresa Marrama Leo and Anthony

Leo and Anthony

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English easy reader for beginners. Anthony is a mouse without friends. He ventures out to find friends, but many dangers await him.

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Anthony is different, a mouse that isn't afraid of cats. He lives in the Black Creek State forest in New York with his mom and dad. But Anthony is not happy. He doesn't have any friends. And because his father fears he will get attacked by a cat, Anthony is not allowed to explore the forest alone. How will Anthony be able to make friends? Will he venture alone into the forest, against his father's wishes? Anthony's fearlessness could get him into trouble or? it could help him find friends! Our differences set us apart from others, but sometimes they bring us together.


  • 28 pages of text
  • written in present tense
  • written in 1st person singular
  • story is told from the alternating perspectives of the two main characters
  • setting: the forest
  • no glossary

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Would you like to order a class set? We will give you a 10% discount on 25 or more copies of the same title. Please, order the novels via e-mail. Due to relatively small stock numbers, please allow 2-3 weeks for your order.

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adventure / family / friendship / Theresa Marrama / verteld in de ik-vorm
Author Theresa Marrama
Year of publication 2019
Number of pages 30
ISBN 9781734316148
Illustrated by digitalhandart
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