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Pages: 120

Language: English

Publisher: Viking Children's Books; New edition edition (28 Feb. 1985)

By: Jan Mark(Author)

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ANTHONY MADE A FRIEND; MARROW HILL; WILLIAM'S VERSION; DIVINE MELODIOUS TRUTH; THE CORONATION MOB; SEND THREE AND FOURPENCE WE ARE GOING TO A DANCE; NULE.


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  • By robert gregson on 17 April 2017

    Read when younger so I decided to buy it off Amazon. Trip down memory lane.

  • By Book Beaver on 11 February 2009

    In 2010 it will be 30 years since this delightful collection of 10 short stories was published. I have found it to be most successful with children aged between 6 and 11 which is not easy to accomplish with the same book. The stories provide a stimulus for creative writing, are a boon for filling in an odd ten minutes and can simply be enjoyed on their own merits. Jan Mark has created fascinating scenarios from everyday incidents and locations. The stories have humour, pathos and occasionally hint at something a little dark, disturbing and slightly unsettling.Easily the most popular tales that have never failed to be successful in my experience are 'William's Version' which is one of the funniest stories I have ever read, the title story 'Nothing to be Afraid of' which shows how interesting and different a walk to the park can become with a bit of imagination and 'How Anthony Made a Friend' which is difficult to categorise but is a very clever title which reflects the author's extreme care over every word that she writes. A real winner of a book!

  • By China Girl on 26 September 2013

    Bought this book years ago and have read it at school so much it dropped to pieces! This is my replacement. Great stories for kids that, although a liittle dated now, stand the test of time . Particular favourite is Williams Version!

  • By Musical_Joe on 2 April 2009

    This book, which I think I first read when I was about 6 or 7, is pure genius. 'Nule' haunts me to this day, and I can blame / thank Jan Mark for my obsession with ghosts and general oddness of any kind. I bought this again not too long ago, and - even as an adult - it is a great read! Love it.

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