1968) A Picture Book by William Mayne.
1968) A Picture Book by William Mayne. Used availability for William Mayne's House on Farmont. August 1968 : UK Hardback.
The House on Fairmount book. William Mayne was a British writer of children's fiction. Born in Hull, he was educated at the choir school attached to Canterbury Cathedral and his memories of that time contributed to his early books. He lived most of his life in North Yorkshire. He was described as one of the outstanding children's authors of the 20th Century by the Oxford Companion to Children's Literature, and won the Carnegie William Mayne was a British writer of children's fiction.
This ebook features a new illustrated biography of William Styron, including original letters, rare photos, and never-before-seen documents from the Styron family and the Duke University Archives.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Appearing in his first full-length novel, Hob, the benevolent house ghost who has previously appeared in the British author's picture books, here adopts a family moving into an old country house. Unbeknownst to Mr. and Mrs. Grimes, their new home, known as Fairy Ring Cottage, contains "a door to the goblin country. Then Mayne placed him at the center of a revisiting of old legends - the fairy world where time doesn't pass, the crock of gold, the goblins, the nasty witch with her familiar.
Author: William Mayne. Category: Children's Books.
House on Farmont, Mayne, William, . amilton, 1968, Board book. Aufkleber/Sticker: Juwel Farmont Dächer (110816140).
this book is dedicated. of entring, by his Word, his mercies, hath applied his judgements, and shaked the house, this body, with agues and palsies, and set this house on fire, with fevers and calentures, and frighted the Master of the house, my soule, with horrors, and heavy apprehensions, and so made an entrance into me; That that God should frustrate all his owne purposes and practises.
The original Little House books were a series of eight autobiographical children's novels written by Laura Ingalls Wilder and published by Harper & Brothers from 1932 to 1943. The eighth book, These Happy Golden Years, featured Laura Ingalls at ages 15 to 18 and was originally published with one page at the end containing the note, "The end of the Little House books. The ninth and last novel written by Wilder, The First Four Years was publised posthumously and unfinished in 1971
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