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The Granny Who Wasn’t Like Other Grannies by Bond, Denis. Scholastic Books, 1993.
This combination gives teachers time to observe, spend time in small group instruction or give individual help. The book contains a wealth of material for cross curricula activities. The Granny Who Wasn’t Like Other Grannies by Bond, Denis.
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The Granny Who Wasn't Like Other Grannies (Picture Books) By Denis Bond. The Granny Alphabet (Hardback book, 2013).
For other people named Denis Bond, see Denis Bond (disambiguation). Denis Bond, (born 22 November 1946) is a British writer of children s books and television. The Granny Who Wasn't Like Other Grannies (1993). The Monster Who Couldn't Scare Anyone (1994). The Witch Who Loved To Make Children Cry (1996). The Shark Who Bit Things He Shouldn't (1998). The Big Bad Story Book (containing, The Witch Who Loved To Make Children Cry, The Dragon Who Couldn't Help Breathing Fire and The Monster Who Couldn't Scare Anyone) (2000).
Denis Bond first worked as an actor on stage and in television, then became a teacher for some years. He wrote the Pipkins children's television series, then Rainbow, The Munch Bunch and Let's Pretend. In 2005 he wrote Picme for RTE. His first books were a series of stories about a boy from space called Dagon, and these have been followed by many others, including picture books for younger children, such as The Witch Who Loved To Make Children Cry (1996) and The Shark Who Bit Things He Shouldn't (1998). The Train Who Was Frightened of the Dark.