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Titel: Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School
Verlag: Published by Quiller Press, London
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
, 156 pages, black & white illustrations throughout New Edition , book in near fine condition , dust-jacket in very good condition , green cloth, white titles on spine 20 x 14 cm Hardback ISBN: 0907621058. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 53244
Inhaltsangabe: In "Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School", Bunter is up to his usual pranks; falling asleep in class, stealing jam and cakes from other boys' lockers, chalking rude things on the blackboard, getting six of the best from Mr. Quelch, failing to turn up for cricket, scuffling with the local vagrant and even being threatened with expulsion. Thoroughly enjoyable listening for all children aged six to ninety plus! First published in 1908, Bunter's staggering popularity has lasted for more than a century now. The reader Martin Jarvis is a multi-award-winning television and voice actor.
Rezension: * Restores Bunter to comic classic status. The Guardian
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