Find nearly any book by Sylvia Waugh (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Die Mennyms unter Menschen. ISBN 9783423620819 (978-3-423-62081-9) Softcover, Dtv, 2002. Find signed collectible books: 'Die Mennyms unter Menschen.
Book's title: The Mennyms Sylvia Waugh. Library of Congress Control Number: 93015901. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0688130704. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9780688130701. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.
Also by Sylvia Waugh. Praise for the Mennyms Sequence. The Mennyms are once again in hiding, terrified of being discovered by their friendly neighbours. Strict rules have been laid down about who can leave the house and when, and Appleby can’t stand it: she’s going mad with boredom! As tempers fray, and patience wears thin, the Mennyms realise that the greatest danger comes not from outside – but from within. The Birth of the Mennyms.
Find nearly any book by Sylvia Waugh. Mennyms Alive (Mannyms Alive). ISBN 9781856816120 (978-1-85681-612-0) Hardcover, Julia MacRae Books, 1996. Find signed collectible books: 'Mennyms Alive (Mannyms Alive)'. Mennyms in the Wilderness. ISBN 9780613063128 (978-0-613-06312-8) Econo-Clad Books, 1996. Find signed collectible books: 'Mennyms in the Wilderness'
From the outside, 5 Brocklehurst Grove looks like an ordinary house - the windows are always clean, and the garden well tended. And from the inside, to hear the voices of the inhabitants, the Mennym family, you would think they were a perfectly ordinary family, too. But you'd be wrong, for the Mennyms are far.
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1993) (The first book in the Mennyms series) A novel by Sylvia Waugh. From the outside, 5 Brocklehurst Grove looks like an ordinary house - the windows are always clean, and the garden well tended. But you'd be wrong, for the Mennyms are far from ordinary.
Sylvia Waugh's "The Mennyms" is a fantasty-based novel following the lives of the Mennyms, a family of rag dolls that have come to life. After spending many years of self induced solitude after their creator died, they receive a letter from a mysterious man named Albert Pond, stating that their old land lord has died, and that he will be visiting them around Christmas. The Mennyms are a family living in modern day (or 90s modern day when the book was written, which basically means pre-internet) England. There are two grandparents, two parents, two teenagers, 10-year-old twins, and a baby all living in the same house.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. She always wanted to write, but The Mennyms, her first book, was not written until after her retirement. It was received with acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. Subsequent books were received with equal enthusiasm.