The Paperbag Prince by Colin Thompson
  

Synopsis

The Paperbag Prince by Colin Thompson

This is the story of an old man living in a railway carriage on a rubbish dump who knows that even rubbish can sometimes contain treasure; and that, if he stays long enough, gentle nature will heal the countryside and make it green again.

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Thompson's finely drawn, intricately bordered pages are as crammed with detail and small treasures as the dump itself Publishers Weekly The pictures are astonishing The Times This is a book to be read in ten minutes and lost in for hours TES

About the Author

Colin Thompson is the author of Castles, How to Live Forever, and The Paradise Garden.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Colin Thompson
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Publication date

20th January 1994

ISBN

9780099933205


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