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Anna And The Fighter
Elizabeth Laird
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Anna And The Fighter

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Anna vpervye edet odna na poezde, chtoby navestit svoyu tetyu. Ona vzvolnovana i ochen nervnichaet. Dlinnoe puteshestvie utomlyaet Annu, i ona zasypaet. Prosnuvshis, ona obnaruzhivaet, chto propustila svoyu stantsiyu i chto v kupe pomimo nee nahoditsya ugrozhayuschego vida muzhchina.
Published November 1st 1999 by Delta Systems
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Dec 03, 2012 Miyabi rated it really liked it
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7 words journey, train, passed, ugly, scare, kind, boxer

Q1 When is your first journey by bthe train?

A1 When I was 10 years old, I took a train for the first time.I went to watch movie with my friends. I was so excited and little nervous. Then I felt good and my world was expanded. Compared with other kids, I may be late to go out by the train.

Q2 Anna tought Sam must be a bad person, because his face was so ugly. however it was wrong. He was very good person.Do you often judge a person by
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Nov 11, 2012 Morita Shoko rated it liked it
Anna,train,man,frighten,man's friend,boxing,kind

If you see strange person in the train, what would you do?
I would run away.

Have you ever watched boxing games?
No, I'm not interested in boxing.
Akhsassi Mouhamed
Mar 04, 2015 Akhsassi Mouhamed rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
nice story he give us an advice never judge a person by appearance
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Laird was born in New Zealand in 1943, the fourth of five children. Her father was a ship's surgeon; both he and Laird's mother were Scottish. In 1945, Laird and her family returned to Britain and she grew up in South London, where she was educated at Croydon High School.
When she was eighteen, Laird started teaching at a school in Malaysia. She decided to continue her adventurous life, even though
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