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by Jane Gardam

  • Author: Jane Gardam
  • ISBN: 0744508495
  • ISBN13: 978-0744508499
  • ePub: 1234 kb | FB2: 1310 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Walker Books Ltd; New Ed edition (April 13, 1989)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Through the Dolls' House Door (Older Childrens Fiction) ePub download

Authors: Gardam, Jane. Through the Dolls House Door (Older childrens fiction). People who bought this also bought. Children's & Young Adults' Fiction Books.

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Through the Dolls' House Door. Two girls lose interest in playing with their doll house after moving from London to Wales but the dolls in the house amuse themselves by telling stories about their exciting pasts. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780440404330. Release Date:March 1991.

Jane Mary Gardam OBE FRSL (born 11 July 1928) is an English writer of children's and adult fiction. She lives in Kent, Wimbledon, and Yorkshire. She has won numerous literary awards, including the Whitbread Award twice.

Will new children come back in time to save Sigger and look through the dolls' house door once again?. Jane Mary Gardam OBE is a British author of children's and adult fiction. She lives in Kent, Wimbledon and Yorkshire. She has won numerous literary awards including the Whitbread Award, twice. She is mother of Tim Gardam, Principal of St Anne's College, Oxford. Jane has been awarded the Heywood Hill Literary Prize for Jane Mary Gardam OBE is a British author of children's and adult fiction.

The Doll's House is a beautiful short story written by Katherine Mansfield. She shows the innocence of small children and the cruelty of the society that draws a line between the rich and the poor, higher and lower status of people. There are five child characters in this story

The Doll's House is a beautiful short story written by Katherine Mansfield. Mansfield is the best artist in portraying the trivial activities of men. In this story she reveals the cruelty of grownup people in the society. There are five child characters in this story. They are the Burnell daughters and the Kelvey daughters. Besides this, there are grown ups like the Aunt Beryl, Mrs. Kelvey, the school teacher and so on.

Children's General Story Books. While looking into the dolls' house, Claire gets her head stuck, and it is up to the residents of the house-including Miss Bossy, Small Cry, Sigger, and the other Creatures to come to the rescue show more. Through the Doll's House Door. By (author) Jane Gardam.

Through the Doll's House Door. Her non-fiction includes a book about the Yorkshire of her childhood in The Iron Coast (1994), published with photographs by Peter Burton and Harland Walshaw. 0744508495 (ISBN13: 9780744508499). She also writes for children and young adults. Her novel Bilgewater (1977), originally written for children, has now been re-classified as adult fiction.

She was awarded the Whitbread Children's Book Award for The Hollow . For Gardam, the child or teenager as narrator has the added attraction of being.

She was awarded the Whitbread Children's Book Award for The Hollow Land (1981) and is the author of A Few Fair Days (1971), a collection of short stories for children set on a Cumberland farm, and two novels for teenagers, A Long Way From Verona (1971), which explores a wartime childhood in Yorkshire, and The Summer After the. Funeral (1973), a story about a loss of innocence after the death of a father. Jane Gardam is a member of PEN and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. For Gardam, the child or teenager as narrator has the added attraction of being outside accepted discourses, able to see the fissures and offer a challenge.

All through dinner she continued to be the same old Aunt Claire-telling . So Rosalind handed out the packages. And then there were the dolls, for Jane had kept not only every doll she’d ever been given, but every doll ever given to Skye, too.

All through dinner she continued to be the same old Aunt Claire-telling funny stories about her job and peppering the girls with questions about school.

Two girls lose interest in playing with their doll house after moving from London to Wales but the dolls in the house amuse themselves by telling stories about their exciting pasts.