Coconut Comes to School by Berlie Doherty

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Coconut comes to school every day. HEE-HAW! Coconut canters across the school meadow. Her hooves go TRIT TROT! Her ears go FLIP FLOP, FLIP FLOP! Her tail goes SWISH as she flicks at the flies. "Coconut's here!" the children laugh. The children love Coconut, but Mr. Clapper the teacher doesn't love her—he doesn't love her one bit. But when Mr. Clapper finds himself in trouble, he just might have to change his mind about Coconut.

About Berlie Doherty

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Berlie Doherty, twice-winner of the Carnegie Medal lives in England. Her books have sold over 700,000 copies and been translated into 21 languages. Varsha Baja's two kids were the inspiration for this story. This is her first children's book. Ivan Bates has illustrated numerous children's books, including the best-selling Just You and Me by Sam McBratney.
Published January 1, 2002 by HarperCollins Publishers Limited. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Coconut, a donkey, comes to school every day with Mrs. Pie, the school's free-spirited cook.

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