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The Fooling of Genghis Khan

Peter Havranek

Genghis Khan is about to invade China and the Emperor needs to stop him.


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ISBN : 978-1-83934-062-8
Published : 25/02/2021
Pages : 72
Size : 156x234
Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Peter Havranek

Peter Havranek was born and brought up in East Africa. He developed a love of storytelling from listening to his mother telling traditional stories while on long, hot car journeys through Africa.

He spent his whole career as a primary school teacher in Wiltshire where he soon became headteacher. His story telling skills were further enhanced through showing other teachers how to incorporate story telling across the curriculum.

Now retired, he and his wife Susan spend their time split between their homes in Wiltshire and the Vendee in France. He has two children and three grandchildren.


About Book

Genghis Khan is about to invade China and the Emperor needs to stop him, but his wise advisors can't think of how to do it. Ling Choy, the daughter of one of the palace servants overhears the Emperor's plea for help. She bravely puts her plan to him, and he agrees to help her. Can a ten year old girl fool the mighty Genghis Khan and save China? Her plan is a complicated story that involves sailing an ancient junk along the river from her home in the city of Wuhan. Taking a crew of old men and women, an ancient Mulberry tree and a bag of rusty nails. What must she do to fool the mighty Genghis Khan?



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