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Mungo and the Picture Book Pirates

by Timothy Knapman

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Een geweldig leuk prentenboek; vertaald door Wiebe Buddingh', (daarom nam ik het mee.)
Voorlezers die tig keer hetzelfde boek moeten voorlezen zou ik dit werk niet aanbevelen: na kennismaken met de avonturen die Midas meemaakt als zijn moeder 6 keer het boek achter elkaar heeft voorgelezen zullen luisteraartjes alleen nog maar méér aanzetten tot : "Nóg een keer!". Men is gewaarschuwd. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0141380608, Hardcover)

Each night Mungo reads his favourite story, a swashbuckling tale of danger, kidnap and rescue. But one night the hero, Captain Fleet, isn't there to save the day so Mungo decides to step in. He takes a deep breath and bravely jumps into the story and his very own pirate adventure. With a lot of bravery and a little help from the purple berserker bird, Mungo rescues Admiral Mainbrace and the plucky cabin girl Nora from the clutches of villainous Barnacle Bill and a whole host of horrible pirates.

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Every night, Mungo reads his favourite book - a swashbuckling tale of kidnap and adventure, where the dashing hero always swings to the rescue. But on this fateful night, Captain Fleet is nowhere to be found. How can the story end happily ever after now?… (more)

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