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Tom Hickathrift and the Ogre of the Smeeth

Tilney, Norfolk, England (map) Dated: 900 - 1000
If you came face to face with a giant ogre, would you be smart enough to defeat the beast? This is just what happened to Tom Hickathrift; find out if he lived to tell the tale!

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29th April 2009
Comic of Tom Hickathrift and the Ogre of the Smeeth
Comic of Tom Hickathrift and the Ogre of the Smeeth by Akira, a 6th grader at Mayfield Woods Middle School, Maryland, USA

29th April 2009
Comic of Tom Hickathrift and the Ogre of the Smeeth
This is a comic version of Tom Hickathrift and the Ogre of the Smeeth by Olivia and Summer, two sixth graders at Mayfield Woods...

4th December 2007
Tom Hickathrift
An animation made at Fair Field Junior School, Radlett

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Name: Anna 16th March 2018
What kind of writing system does the greeks have? It the greeks writing system called phonetic? What other myth stories do you have? What is the greeks myths call?
Name: Rei'Ane Brady 9th March 2018
O,M,G!!!!! i love this story soooooooooooooooo much i could chop off a ogre's head!! WOO HEW!!!!!!
Name: Shrek 30th October 2017
CAN'T WE SETTLE THIS OVER A PINT?????
WHAT ARE YOU DOING IN MY SWAMP!!!
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