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    Alan Marks
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    Hodder Childrens Book (September 30, 2001)
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    48 pages
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The Thief's Daughter book. When the thief's daughter finds a golden key on the road to town, she shows it to the townspeople, never suspecting who lost it or the secret it unlocks.

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Originally published: Hemel Hempstead, England : Simon & Schuster Young Books, 1993.

The Thief's Daughter, . Chapter One. There was a girl called Magpie who lived with her mother and father in a cottage on a hillside. Alan Marks, The Thief's Daughter. Thanks for reading the books on GrayCity.

The previous owner has certainly very much enjoyed reading this book more than once, therefore please be aware there will be some creasing on the spine or slight shelf wear. If it's been in their collection for some time, say years old or more, some pages might be discoloured and there may be other minor age blemishes, but that won't affect its readability.

The miner's work is hard-they need pasties to keep them going. The Thief's Daughter. The key was so beautiful. it would open something very precious. Magpie's father tells amazing stories, and teaches her right from wrong.

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