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Myro the Microlight

Myro the Microlight

BMAA member Nick Rose recently published a set of childrenís books whose central character is Myro the Microlight. Itís proved a great success with the public generally, but in particular with Year 1 Class 11 at Cheetham Community C of E School in north Manchester, who have filled in a questionnaire about the books.

The writer of the best answers has been promised a free copy of the DVD that accompanies the book, and the winning entry is that of Haitham Ben Salih, who clearly loved the books to bits. Congratulations, Haitham - we hope you enjoy the DVD.

You can read all of the entries by clicking on the numbers below:

1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13

Hereís Haithamís prize-winning entry - and if you havenít read the books, check out www.myro.com.


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