5 edition of Little Plum (Young Puffin Books) found in the catalog.
Little Plum (Young Puffin Books)
August 1, 1987
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Now this book was the escapist read I needed in troubled times. I read Little Plum in my childhood and loved this exquisite cover but the cover of my edition works in a different way.
It shows the character of the untidy, boisterous Belinda and her cousin, the neat as a pin Nona/5. Rumer Godden doesn't sugarcoat childhood. Her characters ring true: both good intentions and selfish feelings, both misunderstandings and redemptive action in every book.
As a child I enjoyed Little Plum for the superhuman patience of the main characters, alongside beautifully detailed craft ideas and observations about children and dolls/5(27). Buy Little Plum by Rumer Godden online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 6 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Little Plum (full name revealed to be Little Plum Stealing Varmint) is a British humoristic western comics series about a little Native American, originally created by Leo Baxendale and published in the magazine The Beano Concept.
The eponymous hero and his friends Chiefy, Little Peach Creator(s): Leo Baxendale. Little Plum book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5.
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The tiny triumphs over the mighty in this distillation of a Chinese folktale. Little Plum is born to an older, childless couple, whose desperate wish for a son ``even if he were only as big as a plum. Get this from a library. Little Plum. [Rumer Godden; Jean Primrose] -- The new girl who moves into the mansion next door is a mystery to her eight and nine-year-old neighbors who plot to become her friends when they learn she too owns a Japanese doll.
But Little Plum makes his way to their lord's stronghold, rides a wind-blown leaf over the armored gate, keeps the guards awake all night by stirring up the stolen animals, and leads them home when the guards are finally overcome by sleep. The evil lord follows and gets a well-deserved drubbing as a result of another of clever Little Plum's : Ed Young.