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Ten-year-old Grimble is worried. His parents are not very organized and they seem to have completely forgotten Christmas. Grimble tries his hardest to make the old Grimbles remember - dropping lots of hints, humming Christmas carols round the house and pointing out turkeys and Christmas puddings in the shops. But, with only nine days to go, Grimble decides there is only one thing to do . . . Arrange Christmas himself . . .
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"Grimble is one of funniest books I've ever read, and Grimble himself, who is a small boy, is a fabulous character. I'd love to see a Grimble film. As far as I know, these last two fine pieces of literature are out of print, so if any publishers ever read this, could you please dust them off and put them back in print so other people can read them?" (J. K. Rowling)
"I read it when I was about eight. It was the first book that made me laugh out loud, a lot. For some strange reason it is now out of print - I think it's a sin that it's not readily available" (Mark Mills, author of The Savage Garden)
"Delightful" (The Times)
"This beautiful small-format hardback with appropriately zany Quentin Blake illustrations could be popped into the stocking of anyone with a Dahlesque sense of humour" (Glasgow Herald)
"With Quentin Blake's wonderful drawings throughout, this is a splendid holiday title and it conveys, in a deliciously amusing way, an important message about Christmas and family ties" (Through The Looking Glass)
A wonderfully funny, classic story written by the well-known writer, broadcaster and former politician Clement Freud. Illustrated throughout by Quentin Blake.
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Descrizione libro London: Jonathan Cape, 2008, 2008. Freud, Clement. Grimble at Christmas. Illustrated by Quentin Blake. London: Jonathan Cape, 2008, 3d printing, 57pp., very good dust-jacket, very good small red cloth, appears unused. ISBN 9780224083683. Codice articolo 500684
Descrizione libro Hardback. Condizione: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Codice articolo GOR001569658