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  • Author:
    Ian Fleming
  • ISBN:
    1568491972
  • ISBN13:
    978-1568491974
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  • Publisher:
    Buccaneer Books; Reprint edition (November 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    111 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Cars Trains & Things That Go
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Discover Chitty’s classic adventure with vibrant new illustrations by Joe Berger and find out where Chitty goes next in the series by Frank Cottrell-Boyce, which sees her lead her new friends, the Tooting family.

Discover Chitty’s classic adventure with vibrant new illustrations by Joe Berger and find out where Chitty goes next in the series by Frank Cottrell-Boyce, which sees her lead her new friends, the Tooting family, through time and space! Never say no to adventures. Always say yes, otherwise you’ll lead a very dull life. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Collection.

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ang: The Magical Car is a children's novel written by Ian Fleming for his son Caspar, with illustrations by John Burningham. It was initially published in three volumes, the first of which was released on 22 October 1964 by Jonathan Cape in London. Fleming, better known as the creator of James Bond, took his inspiration for the subject from a series of aero-engined racing cars called "Chitty Bang Bang", built by Count Louis Zborowski in the early 1920s at Higham Park

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is the name of the flying, floating, driving-by-itself automobile that takes the Pott family on a riotous series of adventures as they try to capture a notorious gang of robbers.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is the name of the flying, floating, driving-by-itself automobile that takes the Pott family on a riotous series of adventures as they try to capture a notorious gang of robbers. This is a story filled with humor, adventure, and gadgetry that only a genius like Fleming could create. These stories are affectionately dedicated to the memory of the original ANG, built in 1920 by Count Zborowski on his estate near Canterbury, England.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is the name of the flying. view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook.

Ian Lancaster Fleming (28 May 1908 – 12 August 1964) was an English author, journalist and naval intelligence . Please tell us about any errors you have found in this book, or in the information on this page about this book

Ian Lancaster Fleming (28 May 1908 – 12 August 1964) was an English author, journalist and naval intelligence officer, best known for his James Bond series of spy novels. Fleming came from a wealthy family connected to the merchant bank Robert Fleming & C. and his father was the Member of Parliament for Henley from 1910 until his death on the Western Front in 1917. Please tell us about any errors you have found in this book, or in the information on this page about this book. Please be clear in your message, if you are referring to the information found on this web page; or the contents of the book.

Ian Fleming doors that looks rather like a very powerful can opener), and some rope. Joe the Monster whispered a series of commands and in a trice the gang had run the ladder up the hotel wall to the room where Jeremy and Jemima lay fast asleep

As soon as twins Jemima and Jeremy Potts spot their father's dilapidated old sedan, they have a feeling that it's no ordinary car. Sure enough, once their inventor father fixes her up, their hunch is proved right. A classic adventure story featuring a high-spirited family and their magical car finds new life--just in time for its 30th birthday.

Banal
My 4 and 7 year old boys and I love this book (and the 4-year-old just turned 4, so he was loving it as a 3-year-old too)! We are only half-way through it, but when I ordered it, I was hoping that it would deliver, and it has! I had never read anything by Ian Fleming before, but I was happy to see he has that wonderful narrative voice, similar to the Naria and Pooh books (as in, something like, my words, not his- "Now, you might be wondering how a car could make her thoughts known. Well, if you think about it, if you really set your mind to figuring it out, then you might..."...etc etc. --talking right to the reader as though the narrator and I know each other). He has the very long sentences (reminded me of Pooh also a bit), with fabulous punctuation (either his or the publisher's). So all of this makes it fun for me to read, in this delightful fantastical style. But then, you talk about a flying car, and bad guys, and guns, and a skeleton--my boys love it! A movie mentioning those things might scare them, but a book is manageable.

It's not a non-stop action packed book, just note that. There are a few pictures, but not a lot. My boys have been sitting for long books since they were very young and we're blessed that they have patience for it, but I definitely speed up in parts and try out voices, read to them outside, etc. to keep it moving. Really, you could sum up the action pretty quickly, but the book is really a lot more than the action anyway. It's entering the world of these characters, getting to know them, journeying with them, and getting to watch a car turn into a boat or fly or make snide remarks through the dashboard! And it's great for the young children to create their own pictures in their heads. There are a few books after this first one, and my kids already are excited about reading those. And they ask me to read Chitty Chitty every day. I look forward to showing them the movie at some point too, so they can compare.
Keel
I found a blog list of 100 great books for kids and this was one of the few titles that we didn't either have in our family library or the we hadn't previously read with our kids. We gave it to my 9-year old son who has absolutely fallen in love with this book. He recently finished the Harry Potter books and has a number of other books that he reads and re-reads over and over (mostly the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series), but this has become his new favorite and he has read it at least four or five times in the last several weeks. Although many others may recognize this as a "known" title, it was a surprise hit for us and I'm glad I sought it out. (Note: Before purchasing, I read several reviews for different versions of this book and they consistently rated this version with its particular illustrations as the best. I have no other versions to compare it against, but I can say that this version is extremely high quality and has been a hit!).
Cala
My first exposure to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was the movie with Dick van Dyke. I saw this at Radio City Music Hall when I was 13 and was thoroughly entranced with the story. It wasn't until many years later, when I had a young son of my own, that I discovered the book and was enchanted all over again, even though the movie clearly diverged significantly from the book. No matter, I love them both.

I recall reading sections of the book to my son's third-grade class and the kids were delighted by a flying car with a button that lit up "Push, Idiot!". Along the way I seem to have lost that copy. I recently saw the movie again, and was prompted to obtain another copy of the book. I was very thankful for the Amazon reviewers of the 1970s paperback edition who decried the lack of the wonderful John Burmingham illustrations there. If you want the book, get this edition and share it with a child.
Akinohn
I’ve loved this book from its first publication. The story is engaging, the characters interesting, and the car is magic. What more could one ask? Well, one also gets a recipe for fudge that is seriously delicious and easy to make. I know — I’ve been making this fudge for over 50 years.
Zeus Wooden
Looking at reviews of various Chitty Chitty Bang Bang books, I discovered that is the original one. I did not want to read whatever had come down the pike through the years. I wanted to read THIS one. Delightfully, it was available to order used for a reasonable price. It came yesterday, and this morning I read it in less than a couple of hours. I loved it!

The art drawings are in black and white, but I like them! I don't know that I've ever read one of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels, and I'm not interested in those. I believe this is the only children's book he wrote. I've seen the movie a few times, and the book is different. Both are very good, in different ways.

I've also ordered the sequel written recently. I think it's going to be good, too. This book ends with the beginning of a new adventure, whose secret it does not tell. So, a new book will be interesting!
MilsoN
Like all Ian Fleming stories, this one plays with names in a most funny way. The lady is named "Truly Scrumptious" as a good example. The movie is great, as well.
Cheber
Very fun story. I didn't remember much about the movie when I read this, so it will be fun to re-watch and see how they compare. Just like with his Bond books this one is filled with excitement. Flemming is able to describe everything going on clearly and succinctly so you can truly picture what's happening without having to slog through page after page of descriptions.
A book I loved as a child. Purchased with high hopes that it will enchant my grandson as it did me.