- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Barrington Stoke Ltd
- Shephard, David (ill.)
- David Shephard
- 10 Illustrations, black and white
- 194 x 125 x 10 mm
- 120 g
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McTavish on the Moveav Meg Rosoff89Skickas inom 7-10 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.Pa has just landed a new job, and it's put an unusual spring in his step. But a new job means a new house in a new part of town, and now the Peacheys are getting ready to move. Amidst the chaos, nobody seems to notice that Betty is struggling with this big change. Nobody, that is, except McTavish. Will the canny family dog be able to put a smile back on Betty's face? The fourth instalment of this critically acclaimed series brings a touching and witty take to one of life's most common anxieties.
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Praise for the McTavish series; "A work of gentle genius ... a witty, stylish, often hilarious delight" LITERARY REVIEW; "Wry, real and big-hearted" THE BOOKSELLER; "McTavish is an irresistible character, his gentle guiding of the Peacheys is very funny indeed, and this beautiful story will leave all readers smiling" ANDREA REECE, LOVEREADING4KIDS; "A gentle and knowing humour and an affectionate portrait of a modern family with different interests ... The gorgeous illustrations by Grace Easton also give the text a lovely dash of whimsy" BOOKTRUST; "Common sense has rarely been so charmingly conveyed to readers of seven up" NEW STATESMAN; "Meg Rosoff is not only a superb writer but she's also a well-known dog lover and in McTavish she's created an endearing character that allows us to view the foibles of his human companions in a gently satirical way" LETTERPRESS PROJECT;
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Meg Rosoff worked in publishing, journalism, politics and advertising before writing How I Live Now. Her books have won or been shortlisted for 18 international book prizes, including the Carnegie Medal and the Orange First Novel Prize, and been translated into over 20 languages. In 2016, Meg was the recipient of the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award.