A Poor Stone Cutter Who Wished He Was A Rich Man Has His Wish Granted He Then Keeps Changing His Wish, And Each Wish Is Granted Finally He Wishes Himself Back As He Was At The Start Of The Story.
Sean Taylor started writing poetry as a teenager In 1993, he came across a newspaper article which reported that a goat slaughtered in Iran had been found to have teeth made of gold He tried writing a story for children It was called The Goat with the Golden Teeth and it won second prize in a competition run by the British newspaper The Independent and Scholastic Children s Books Since then, Sean has focussed on writing for children and has published over forty books for young readers of different ages As well as writing, he has many years experience visiting schools, where he works with poetry and storytelling to encourage young people to write themselves He lives partly in England where he was born and partly in Brazil where his wife is from.
- 24 pages
- The Stone Cutter: Band 07/Turquoise (Collins Big Cat)
- Sean Taylor
- 26 December 2019 Sean Taylor