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Arabel's Raven von Joan Aiken

Arabel's Raven Joan Aiken

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Zusammenfassung

The first in the series of hilarious adventures with Arabel and the raven Mortimer.

Arabel's Raven Zusammenfassung

Arabel's Raven Joan Aiken

The first story about Arabel and her pet raven Mortimer. In Arabel's Raven, Mr Jones, while driving his taxi, notices something bedraggled in the road. He stops and discovers an injured raven. He takes it home and his four-year-old daughter Arabel falls in love at first sight. 'His name is Mortimer,' she announces and Mortimer has found a home. A series of thefts and a robber quarrel are only two of the dramas in this delightful tale in which Mortimer and Arabel find their ways straight to the reader's heart.

Arabel's Raven Bewertungen

Listed in Children's Buyer's Guide 'Fiction 5-7 Years Paperback' category - 'Funny and outrageous stories about Arabel and Mortimer from Joan Aiken and Quentin Blake'.


Selected for Best Summer Books to Read With Your Daughters:

"Smart, soft-spoken Arabel and her love for the incorrigible Mortimer will warm your heart. Worth reading for Quentin Blake's hilarious illustrations alone."


'Weird, dark, clever and as funny today as it was when it was first featured on Jackanory'


"Wonderfully illustrated in Quentin Blake's inimitable style, children take Arabel (and Mortimer) to their hearts. This is the first in a series of hilarious adventures."

'Weird, dark, clever and as funny today as it was when it was first featured on Jackanory'

"One of the defining books of my childhood is reissued this month with a fresh new cover."

Selected for The Children's Preview under reissues and new editions.

Selected for Best Summer Books to Read With Your Daughters:

"Smart, soft-spoken Arabel and her love for the incorrigible Mortimer will warm your heart. Worth reading for Quentin Blake's hilarious illustrations alone."

Listed in Children's Buyer's Guide 'Fiction 5-7 Years Paperback' category - 'Funny and outrageous stories about Arabel and Mortimer from Joan Aiken and Quentin Blake'.

Über Joan Aiken

JOAN AIKEN, the daughter of the American poet and novelist Conrad Aiken, was an immensely popular and prolific author who wrote over a hundred novels for adults and children. The creator of the stories about Arabel and her pet raven Mortimer, originally written for the BBC's Jackanory series and which have been televised on the BBC, she also wrote wonderful, quirky novels, full of humour and the unexpected. The Wolves of Willoughby Chase won the 1964 Lewis Carroll Shelf Award and was made into a film. Joan Aiken was awarded an MBE for her services to children's literature in 1999. She died in 2004.

QUENTIN BLAKE is one of the best-known illustrators of our time, and his books with a wide range of authors, including Joan Aiken, Russell Hoban, Michael Rosen and Roald Dahl, have been treasured by generations of children throughout the world. In 1999 he became the first Children's Laureate. In 2005 he was awarded a CBE, and in 2013 he was knighted for services to illustration. Quentin lives in London.

Zusätzliche Informationen

GOR009938694
9781847806918
1847806910
Arabel's Raven Joan Aiken
Gebraucht - Wie Neu
Broschiert
Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
2015-03-14
80
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