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The Rough-Face Girl

Author: Rafe Martin; David Shannon
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1992] ©1992
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Primary school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The powerful Invisible Being is looking for a wife, and all the girls in the village vie for his affections. But only the girl who proves she can see him will be his bride. The two beautiful but spoiled daughters of a poor village man try their best to be chosen, but it is their Rough-Face-Girl sister, scarred on her face and arms from tending fires, who sees the Invisible Being in the wonder of the natural world.
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Genre/Form: Picture books
Juvenile works
Folk tales
Fiction
Picture books for children
Folklore
Juvenile fiction
Adaptations Juvenile fiction
Legends
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Martin, Rafe, 1946-
Rough-face girl.
New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, ©1992
(OCoLC)608426272
Material Type: Fiction, Primary school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rafe Martin; David Shannon
ISBN: 9780399218590 0399218599 0698116267 9780698116269 9780329574963 0329574965
OCLC Number: 23464197
Awards: Georgia Children's Picture Storybook Award, 1993-94
Target Audience: Ages 4-8.; AD540L; Decoding indicator: 80 (high); Semantic indicator: 90 (high); Syntactic indicator: 100 (high); Structure indicator: 90 (high)
Description: 30 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Responsibility: Rafe Martin ; illustrated by David Shannon.
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The powerful Invisible Being is looking for a wife, and all the girls in the village vie for his affections. But only the girl who proves she can see him will be his bride. The two beautiful but spoiled daughters of a poor village man try their best to be chosen, but it is their Rough-Face-Girl sister, scarred on her face and arms from tending fires, who sees the Invisible Being in the wonder of the natural world.

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