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Mark Greenwood letters.pdf

Mark Greenwood letters.pdf

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Published by KellyJordan
Letters to author
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Published by: KellyJordan on Nov 01, 2013
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Dear Mark, What an inspiring presentation you completed! You have left our minds with eager questions waiting for answers. I found it incredible how many wonderful
adventures you have been on as an author. I won’t
tell of your very amazing discovery about the diary, and how you worked out all those tree carvings. I promise.  Also, I wish you good luck with the new book you are going to publish! I am horse mad and the story seems to be about a horse called Midnight. I am definitely going to read it when it is released. Thank you so much again for coming to Leopold Primary School! From, Paris
Hi Mark, Thank you for taking the time to come and speak to us at Leopold Primary School. We all enjoyed listening to your tales of how you wrote the books. I
couldn’t imagi 
ne walking through crocodile infested
lakes, or eating goanna! I’m a vegetarian and the
thought of eating a farm animal makes me sick, let alone a goanna. That
muddy water didn’t sound
appetising either. ;) I especially loved when you told us about
The Legend of Lasseter 
s Reef,
I found it really fascinating! I can’t
believe you have his diary and know where the gold is!
Good luck with your new book, Midnight, I can’t
wait to read it! From, Millie, 4KJ
Dear Mark, Thank you for visiting us and doing your presentation. The presentation was fantastic. My favourite stories you told were Simpson and his Donkey and
The Legend of Lasseter’s Reef. I couldn’t believe you got gold and the diary. I also couldn’t believe
you got to see the donkey. I want to go to Gallipoli now. You have inspired me to read and write more now. I find your books really interesting because I love learning about history. From, Harry

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