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ISBN:014031847X
Author: Patricia Wrightson
ISBN13: 978-0140318470
Title: A Little Fear (Puffin Books)
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Puffin Books (August 4, 1987)
Pages: 112

A Little Fear (Puffin Books) by Patricia Wrightson



A Little Fear (Puffin Books) Paperback – August 4, 1987. by. Patricia Wrightson (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The book delivers mightily on its teaser.

Paperback, 112 pages. Published January 27th 1994 by Puffin Books (first published August 22nd 1983). 0140363866 (ISBN13: 9780140363869). Sometimes I kept wondering if Patricia Wrightson could be a little bit less generous to the surroundings and more attentive to the inner workings of her human characters (she's more than capable of pulling it off; maybe it's just not her cup of tea; I thought the old lady needed more details and some kind of history and personal mark).

Purestone This book was advertised as a copy, but it was not mentioned that this was a discarded library copy with stamps in it and a page torn out. GAMER I recently rediscovered this book, one that I had read as a child, and one that my family has taken to heart. We refer to things that happen as a mysterious force as things that are in the realm of the InJimbim

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Read full description of the books: Fed up with being treated like a child at the home for elderly citizens where she lives, strong-willed Mrs Tucker runs away - to live at her own pace in her own kind of home. But she and her dog, Hector, have unexpected company at their lonely cottage on the Broad.

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A strong-minded old woman struggles with an ancient gnome for the right to live in her own small cottage.
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Lyrtois
This book was advertised as a copy, but it was not mentioned that this was a discarded library copy with stamps in it and a page torn out.
Lost Python
I recently rediscovered this book, one that I had read as a child, and one that my family has taken to heart. We refer to things that happen as a mysterious force as things that are in the realm of the InJimbim. I have a gargoyle type figure that I inherited from my grandmother which sits outside my front door and which we refer to as the Injimbim, here in the frozen North of Wisconsin. This book is one that nearly 30 years on I remember with both fondness and fear. It is a mark of Wrightson's power that I both revere and am fearful of the injimbim, here in the land of the manitou, far from Australia.