Mr Majeika and the Ghost Train by Humphrey Carpenter
  

Mr Majeika and the Ghost Train

Written by Humphrey Carpenter
Illustrated by
Part of the Mr Majeika Series

Synopsis

Mr Majeika and the Ghost Train by Humphrey Carpenter

'Do be careful, Mr Majeika, there might be real ghosts in there.' When Class Three and Mr Majeika get on board a ghost train, they are in for a surprise. Real ghosts appear and the wicked Wilhemina Worlock isn't far away. But Jody comes to the rescue - with a dragon to help her!

Reviews

Delightful * Daily Telegraph *

About the Author

Humphrey Carpenter

Humphrey Carpenter (1946 – 2005) was born and educated in Oxford. He attended the Dragon School, before going to Keble College, where his father had been Warden for many years. He was well known as a writer and previously as a producer for the BBC. He published biographies of Tolkien, W.H. Auden, Benjamin Britten, Ezra Pound, Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, C.S Lewis, and the Inklings (which won the Somerset Maugham Award). In 1984 his major study THE OXFORD COMPANION TO CHILDREN'S LITERATURE was published to great acclaim.

Humphrey wrote many children's books including the ever popular MR MAJEIKA series (published in Viking Kestrel and Puffin) and the TV adventures of Mr Majeika

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Humphrey Carpenter
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Publisher

Puffin an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

5th October 1995

ISBN

9780140366419


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