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by Hilary McKay,Hilda Offen
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  • Author:
    Hilary McKay,Hilda Offen
  • ISBN:
    0340640731
  • ISBN13:
    978-0340640739
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  • Publisher:
    Hodder Children's Books (March 11, 1996)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
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    1424 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
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Originally published: 1996.

Originally published: 1996. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Happy and Glorious book. After reading Botany and Zoology at St. Andrew's University Hilary Hilary McKay was born in Boston, Lincolnshire and is the eldest of four girls. The Queen is not happy  . From a very early age she read voraciously and grew up in a household of readers. Hilary says of herself as a child "I anaesthetised myself against the big bad world with large doses of literature.

Hilary McKay (born 12 June 1959) is a British writer of children's books. For her first novel, The Exiles, she won the 1992 Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, a once-in-a-lifetime book award judged by a panel of British children's writers. McKay was born in Boston, Lincolnshire, the eldest of four daughters. She studied English, Zoology and Botany at St Andrews University before becoming a public protection scientist. She currently resides in Derbyshire with her husband, Kevin.

Finding its place in a rather neglected area of childrne's fiction, Hilary McKay pitches the tone just right with a tale that is both funning and touching

Finding its place in a rather neglected area of childrne's fiction, Hilary McKay pitches the tone just right with a tale that is both funning and touching. The Guardian, 28th Nov 2001 (The Guardian). Fizzes and sings its way off the page. Hilary McKay excels in conveying the anarchic bedlam of family life, and she has excelled herself in her marvellous novel, Saffy's Angel which deserves to be placed alongside such classics as Little Women and The Railway Children.

Book in the The Queen Series). After no one celebrates her Unofficial tenth birthday, the Queen becomes very upset, until Michael gets her exactly what she wanted-a donkey. Select Format: Hardcover.

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Find nearly any book by Hilary McKay (page 4). Get the best . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Lulu and the Dog from the Sea. by Hilary McKay. Learn More at LibraryThing. Hilary McKay at LibraryThing.

Happy and Glorious, illustrated by Hilda Offen, Hodder & Stoughton . Furthermore, McKay's books aren't viewed as condescending or preachy.

Happy and Glorious, illustrated by Hilda Offen, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 1996. Practically Perfect, illustrated by Hilda Offen, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 1996. Why Didn't You Tell Me?, illustrated by John Eastwood, Piccadilly (London, England), 1996. As she noted, "I don't believe in writing down to children and am not conceited enough to desire to inflict my own opinions on other people. Together, the four lived much like the girls in McKay's "Exiles" books.

Listen to books in audio format. A tender, sweet, and hilarious novel about growing up with a loving family and a perfectly rambunctious dog, from an author who "has set the standard of brilliance" (Horn Book)

Listen to books in audio format. A tender, sweet, and hilarious novel about growing up with a loving family and a perfectly rambunctious dog, from an author who "has set the standard of brilliance" (Horn Book). When she was eight, Binny's life was perfect: She had her father's wonderful stories and Max, the best dog ever. But after her father's sudden death, money is tight, and Aunty Violet decides to give Max away-he is just too big for their cramped new life.

It's the Queen's tenth birthday and no-one has bought her a present. The Prime Minister, the Treasurer, and her Ladies-in-waiting have all forgotten. All she wants is one small, cheap present and just because it happens to be a donkey shouldn't cause any problems, should it?