Angry Arthur by Hiawyn Oram
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Once there was a boy called Arthur, who wanted to stay up and watch TV, but his mother wouldn't let him. "I'll get angry," said Arthur, and he did. Very, very angry...

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Hiawyn Oram has been writing children's books for more than 20 years, with more than 60 books published to date, including picture books, poetry, plays, young fiction, story collections, and the book and lyrics for two musicals. Her children's television work includes scripts, conception, and development of several series. She has been the recepient of many prizes and awards for her work, including being shortlisted for the UK Smarties Prize for her book, "The Second Princess". She is also the author of "Angry Arthur", "Just Like Us", "A Boy Wants a Dinosaur", "Just Dog", and the film "Big Cat, Little Cat". In the new Narnia picture books, her wit, imagination, and understanding of childhood provide stories that combine gentle wisdom with stirring action in the spirit of the creator of the Narnia world, C. S. Lewis. Satoshi Kitamura was born in Tokyo and worked in advertising there before moving to London in 1980. He won the UK's acclaimed "Mother Goose" Award for ANGRY ARTHUR and he is now one of the most distinguished illustrators in Britain, having created over 20 books for children.
Published March 31, 1989 by Dutton Juvenile. 1 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A boy's anger at being forbidden to watch television takes on the force of a storm, then a typhoon and finally grows so big it catapults him to Mars. There, he realizes he can't remember what he was u

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