6 edition of Hob and the peddler found in the catalog.
Hob, the friendly spirit who lives under the stairs and protects the house, must do battle with a variety of evil beings trying to take control of his family"s home.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.M4736 Hle 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||97208970|
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“Hob’s work is putting little things right, like folding away trampled thoughts, mending arguments, drying up spilt tears, unkicking bruises, or unscorching the milk pan.” In this second adventure, a peddler sells Hob to a new-and seemingly perfect-family. But Hob soon discovers a . William Mayne's HOB AND THE PEDDLER is a sequel to the popular "Hob and the Goblins," a story of an invisible house guest - a ghost actually - who uncovers uncanny things lurking in the dark. This is a great family read-aloud.
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Hob, who debuted in picture books, then appeared in Hob and the Goblins (), which was written for an older audience, is back, once again fixing things that go wrong where he lives. After a peddler sells him to a nice family, Hob discovers something ominous lurking in the pond behind the family's house.5/5(1).
"Hob's work is putting little things right, like folding away trampled thoughts, mending arguments, drying up spilt tears, unkicking bruises, or unscorching the milk pan." In this second adventure, a peddler sells Hob to a new-and seemingly perfect-family. When you start into a Mayne book you never know where you will end up.
"Hob and the Peddler" begins on somewhat familiar ground - if anything in Mayne can be said to be familiar - but by the end you are rearranging the stars in the dark fabric of the universe, and also dealing with a huge voice: "far out to sea, something hooted, once, twice, and a third time wailing like a question."5/5(1).
Hob, the friendly spirit who lives under the stairs and protects the house, meets a peddler and ends up being sold to an ordinary family. Hob discovers a secret in their pond and uses cunning and resourcefulness to rise against impossible odds.
Hob and the Goblins was the most interesting and at first, somewhat confusing book I've read. I didn't like the language at the outset because it wasn't "kid-like" as I'd assumed it would be. In fact, it almost didn't seem like a children's book at all until I got into it and met the family Hob eventaully /5.
Hob the invisible house-spirit meets a pedlar who sells him to a new family. Hob and the peddler book The family live in what seems a perfect home but it has a dark secret that lives in the pond.
Hob is used to dealing with small problems but this one is huge. Books By William Mayne All Red Book of Hob Stories by William Mayne () Jan 1, Hardcover.
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Hob meets a pedlar who sells him to a new family. The family live in what seems a perfect home, but it has a dark secret - a secret that lives in the pond.
Hob is used to dealing with small problems, but this one is huge. Using cunning and resourcefulness, he overcomes his biggest problem yet. The Book Peddler, Smithville Flats, New York. 1, likes talking about this 60 were here. My name is Phil and I own a used book store in Smithville Flats, NY.
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Synopsis. A pedlar meets Robin Hood and Little John, and Little John asks what he has in his pack. Little John demands half of it. They fight. The pedlar winning, Robin laughs and says he has a man who.
William Mayne was a British writer of children's fiction. Born in Hull, he was educated at the choir school attached to Canterbury Cathedral and his memories of that time contributed to his early books. He lived most of his life in North Yorkshire/5(). Check out The Peddlers on Amazon Music.
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1, likes 74 talking about this 60 were here. My name is Phil and I own a used book store in Smithville Flats, NY. I also sell antiques, arts, and /5(19).I picked up the second book, Hob and the Peddler for the same reason~nice cover, again by Norman Messenger.
The third collection, The Book of Hob Stories, employed a different but equally talented illustrator, and unlike the other two novels, Patrick Benson’s illustrations can be seen thoughout the book.