R.K.Macrae-Gibson at exeter.ac.uk
Wed Jan 19 12:05:15 EST 2000
Aha! Another 'advantage' of my line of work is that I spend
a lot of time at/near a pc & thus have my email open almost
permanently. (But I do do some work, honest!)
Well both books show 1970s children experiencing magic in
their otherwise ordinary everyday lives. I am constantly
reminded of the 'living dustballs' from Ogre, books left
unread for ages on library shelves must be a breeding
ground for them!
On Wed, 19 Jan 2000 17:36:34 +0100 Bodil Gram
<bodil at hum.ku.dk> wrote:
> Rowena wrote:
> >This is the US title for Wilkins' Tooth, DWJ's earliest
> >published book (save for Changeover?). The copy I have is
> >the illustrated Puffin paperback.
> Thank you, that was impressively quick! I see now I ought to go home and
> re-read my own copy of Wilkins' Tooth. *looks embarrassed* Somehow I had
> combined Wilkins with The Ogre Downstairs in my addled brain and only
> rembered the chemistry set.
> Friendly greetings,
> Bodil Gram, Aabent Universitet i Koebenhavn
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