Just William (cd-bok)
Format
CD-bok
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
1
Inläsare
Martin Jarvis, Martin Jarvis
Speltid
150m min
Utgivningsdatum
2003-01-01
Upplaga
Unabridged ed
Förlag
Bbc Consumer Publishing
Volymtitel
Volume 2
Antal komponenter
2
Komponenter
2 Audio CDs
ISBN
9780563494348
Just William (cd-bok)

Just William

Volume 2

CD-bok Engelska, 2003-01-01
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Described by the Daily Telegraph as 'the wizard of the talking book', Martin Jarvis has made the voices of William and his gang of outlaws his own in these marvellous readings. Roar with laughter as the lovable rogue, hampered by the loathsome Violet Elizabeth, wreaks havoc in this ever-popular series of stories. This collection includes: 'The Sweet Little Girl in White'; 'A Birthday Treat'; 'The Outlaws and the Triplets'; 'A Bit of Blackmail'; 'William Makes a Night of It'; 'The Leopard Hunter'; 'William and the Lost Tourist'; 'The New Neighbour'; 'William the Philanthropist' and 'William and the Prize Cat.' 'There's nothing to touch them' - Independent on Sunday. 2 CDs. 2 hrs 30 mins.
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Richmal Crompton was born in Bury, Lancashire, in 1890. She was educated at St. Elphin's School and studied Classics at Royal Holloway College before becoming a schoolmistress. However, her teaching career was cut short by an attack of polio in 1923, which confined her to a wheelchair. She became a full-time author, and wrote over 40 books for adults, but she is best known for her hugely popular Just William books. William first appeared in 1919 in a short story for Home Magazine. The first collection featuring him was published in 1922, and he went on to star in 38 further books (the final one, William the Lawless, was published posthumously in 1970). They have sold over 12 million copies in the UK alone, been translated into nine languages and remain enduringly popular today.