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Oliver is now the storyteller of the kingdom. The first story he wrote described how his brother slain a dragon, after such creatures as trolls and ogres. One of the ogres he wrote about was called Algred, but it turned out there was a real Algred the Ogre, and he was NOT happy with what Oliver wrote ... He was the only nice ogre in the land, and wanted a story to be writt Oliver is now the storyteller of the kingdom. The first story he wrote described how his brother slain a dragon, after such creatures as trolls and ogres. One of the ogres he wrote about was called Algred, but it turned out there was a real Algred the Ogre, and he was NOT happy with what Oliver wrote ... He was the only nice ogre in the land, and wanted a story to be written about how he saved the kingdom. Before Oliver can make a story up, the kingdom is attacked by a giant spider, which will give Oliver the perfect (true!) story to write for Algred, but will he be able to defeat it?


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Oliver is now the storyteller of the kingdom. The first story he wrote described how his brother slain a dragon, after such creatures as trolls and ogres. One of the ogres he wrote about was called Algred, but it turned out there was a real Algred the Ogre, and he was NOT happy with what Oliver wrote ... He was the only nice ogre in the land, and wanted a story to be writt Oliver is now the storyteller of the kingdom. The first story he wrote described how his brother slain a dragon, after such creatures as trolls and ogres. One of the ogres he wrote about was called Algred, but it turned out there was a real Algred the Ogre, and he was NOT happy with what Oliver wrote ... He was the only nice ogre in the land, and wanted a story to be written about how he saved the kingdom. Before Oliver can make a story up, the kingdom is attacked by a giant spider, which will give Oliver the perfect (true!) story to write for Algred, but will he be able to defeat it?

8 review for Children's Books: Oliver and the Ogre

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ann Mclees

    It was OK but I was not understanding the conception of the story. To me it seemed pointless.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christie Davis

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Booth

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  5. 4 out of 5

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    Joseph-Daniel Peter Paul Abondius

  8. 4 out of 5

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