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Mimikej and the Far Too Big Moccasins

Written by
Barbara M. Little


Cover of Mimikej and the Far Too Big Moccasins
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41 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888872777
$6.95 CA





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About the Book    Mimikej has to get in the habitation to find out about the wonderful smell, but with bare toes poking from her moccasins she doesn´t dare accept the invitation to go. As all the children are invited, she can´t even borrow a pair of moccasins her size. Mimikej must think. She must find a way to go to the habitation, or the wonderful smell will disturb her dreams forever.

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About the Author Barbara M. Little
Barbara M. Little (1943- ), author of "Mystery at Port Royal" (2003, Borealis) and "Mimikej and the Far Too Big Moccasins" (2005, Borealis), was born and raised in northern England. She immigrated to Canada in 1968 with her husband and eldest son, and has lived in Alberta (Edmonton) and British Columbia (Prince George and McBride). She now lives in Hopewell, Nova Scotia, with her husband Geoerge, and enjoys life with sons Barry and Keith, grandsons Shane and Steve, and daughter-in-law Andrea.





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