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Anancy and Mr Dry-Bone both want to marry Miss Louise, but which of her suitors will she choose? Mr Dry-Bone is rich, and lives on a huge house at the top of a hill. Poor Anancy has no money. But Louise wants to marry the man who can make her laugh. She doesn’t think Mr Dry-Bone’s conjuring tricks and acrobatics are funny. Does this mean Anancy is in with a chance? He might have to ask the animals for help…
- A delightful trickster tale full of dramatic colour illustrations
- Based on characters from Caribbean and West African folk tales
- Shortlisted for the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal for illustration
- Fiona French previously won the medal for Snow White in New York
Supplied as a pack of six copies.
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