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by David Roberts,Philip Ardagh

eBook A House Called Awful End (Turtleback School  Library Binding Edition) (Eddie Dickens Trilogy) ePub
Author: David Roberts,Philip Ardagh
Language: English
ISBN: 0613722159
ISBN13: 978-0613722155
Publisher: Turtleback Books (September 1, 2003)
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 538
Formats: mbr lit lrf mobi
ePub file: 1572 kb
Fb2 file: 1259 kb

A House Called Awful End is a great book, following the style of the great Lemony Snicket and Pseudonymous Bosch. With characters as bizarre as those in Middle-Earth and humor in the style of Jeff Kinney, this is a must-read for all Snicket and Bosch fans.

A House Called Awful End is a great book, following the style of the great Lemony Snicket and Pseudonymous Bosch.

Awful End. Book One of the Eddie Dickens Trilogy

Awful End. Book One of the Eddie Dickens Trilogy. A Message from the Author. These episodes were sent to my nephew, Ben, at boarding school, where they were – to my surprise – read out loud by his housemaster and housemistress ‘Pa and Ma Brown’. When Eddie Dickens was eleven years old, both his parents caught some awful disease that made them turn yellow, go a bit crinkly round the edges, and smell of old hot-water bottles. There were lots of diseases like that in those days.

A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens Trilogy, Published September 1st 2003 by Demco Media. Turtleback, 119 pages. A House Called Awful End: Book One in the Eddie Dickens Trilogy (Hardcover). Published September 1st 2002 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR).

A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens Trilogy, Published September 1st 2003 by Scholastic Paperbacks. Mass Market Paperback, 144 pages. Published September 1st 2003 by Demco Media. Author(s): Philip Ardagh. Hardcover, 128 pages.

Ardagh invests Eddie's adventure with great good humor aided and abetted by David Roberts funny, quirky illustrations which highlight a wonderful . Illustrator: David Roberts. Book Condition: Very Good +. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Ardagh invests Eddie's adventure with great good humor aided and abetted by David Roberts funny, quirky illustrations which highlight a wonderful silliness that The Guardian characterizes as A scrumptious cross between Dickens and Monty Python. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Synopsis: The first book in a hilarious, action-packed trilogy. Eddie Dickens is sent off to stay with his aunt and uncle and a riotously funny comedy of errors ensues.

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Awful End (published in the US as A House Called Awful End) a 2000 children's novel by Philip Ardagh and the first book of the Eddie Dickens trilogy, which was followed by The Further Adventures of Eddie Dickens. It was shortlisted for the 2002.

Awful End (published in the US as A House Called Awful End) a 2000 children's novel by Philip Ardagh and the first book of the Eddie Dickens trilogy, which was followed by The Further Adventures of Eddie Dickens. It was shortlisted for the 2002 Stockton Children's Book of the Year Award. The German translation by Harry Rowohlt won the Deutscher in 2003.

A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens Trilogy). 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens Trilogy) from your list? A House Called Awful End (Eddie Dickens Trilogy). Published January 2000 by Tandem Library. When Eddie Dickens was eleven years old, both his parents caught some awful disease that made them turn yellow, go a bit crinkly around the edges, and smell of old hot-water bottles.

The first book in a hilarious, action-packed trilogy This hilarious historical spoof, the first in the Eddie Dickens trilogy, has been called "a scrumptious cross between.

The first book in a hilarious, action-packed trilogy. When both Eddie Dickens's parents catch a disease that makes them turn yellow, go a bit crinkly around the edges, and smell of hot water bottles, it's agreed he should go and stay with relatives at their house, Awful End. Unfortunately for Eddie, those relatives are Mad Uncle Jack and Even-Madder Aunt Maud.

Philip Ardagh, David Roberts. AWFUL END When both of Eddie Dickens's parents catch a disease that makes them turn yellow, go a bit crinkly round the edges and smell of hot water bottles, it's agreed he should go and stay with relatives at their house Awful End. Unfortunately for Eddie, those relatives are Mad Uncle Jack and Even-Madder Aunt Maud, and it doesn't look as if the three of them are ever going to reach their destination.

A House Called Awful End. Eddie Dickens Trilogy, by Philip Ardagh. This hilarious historical spoof, the first in the Eddie Dickens trilogy, has been called "a scrumptious cross between Dickens and Monty Python. Ages 9+.

FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. The first book in the Eddie Dickens Trilogy.
Mariwyn
A House Called Awful End is a great book, following the style of the great Lemony Snicket and Pseudonymous Bosch. With characters as bizarre as those in Middle-Earth and humor in the style of Jeff Kinney, this is a must-read for all Snicket and Bosch fans. I did not read it on an Amazon device, but I downloaded it on Amazon. It was worth it. I have yet to read the next books in the series, but I am looking forward to it. What I find interesting is the fact that Ardagh did not intentionally write this, it was actually a series of letters written simply to entertain his nephew. He has amazing talent without realizing it. Isn't that what makes good authors? Anyway, this is an underdog who is sure to impress. Happy Reading!
Xig
A hardback version of a trilogy that my daughter wanted for her preferred collection. Very good condition. she loves it.
Golkree
Love this trilogy for kids.
Dagdatus
A+
Malojurus
Very humorous, I love the series.
Maximilianishe
i read these books when i was younger and wanted to read them again. my order shipped and arrived very quickly and were in great shape.
Umsida
Some of my favorite books have been those ostensibly written for children. This charming little story reminds me of some of the best. The prose style is reminiscent of A.A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh...) and the characters remind me of those created by Roald Dahl (James and the Giant Peach / Matilda / Charlie and the Chocolate Factory...) with a little Charles Dickens thrown into the names and the settings. If you think I mean that as high praise, you're right.
The story is set in a fictional and sillier-than-real Victorian England where twelve-year-old Eddie Dickens, a little gentleman, is being sent off to live with his Mad Great Uncle Jack and even Madder Great Aunt Maud so that he will not catch the terrible disease his parents have contracted, which makes them yellow and crinkly around the edges, and although this is a very long sentence and possibly difficult to grasp all at once, it should also give you some idea of the flavor of this book, which I thoroughly enjoyed. And that's all I think I'll say about the book because it's short, so the review should be as well.
Who doesn't like humor? If you like humor, read Awful End, the first book in the Eddie Dickens Trilogy by Philip Ardagh! When Eddie was only thirteen, his parents got an awful disease that turned his parents yellow, crinkly around the edges, and smell of old hot water bottles. The disease was very catchy, so Eddie had to go with his Great Mad Uncle Jack and his Even-Madder Aunt Maud back to their house, where he would stay until his parents got better.

This book has the best characters ever! They are hilarious. One of the funniest characters was the doctors, because his prescriptions were totally ridiculous, such as sucking on ice cubes shaped like famous generals heads, and having their sheets replaced with brown paper bags glued together with the extra pieces of sticky papers you some times get at the post office if you buy more than one stamp. But my favorite character was Eddies Even-Madder Aunt Maud. She had a stuffed stoat named Malcom, and seemed to think he was real, so she was always talking to him, and Eddie thought she was talking to him, so he got in trouble with her a lot. Maud has a very interesting living life style. In the carriage they are traveling in to Awful End (their house) she makes everyone sit on one side of the carriage while the other is empty, and at the end of a story she sees a carnival float cow, and falls in love with it, and decides to live in her. I think if you like humor, you should read this book.
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