Brian Jacques

Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales

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Published 1991 by Hutchinson
Pictorial laminated boards
No dust jacket
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Brian Jacques - Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales

 

SYNOPSIS

It was a quiet, grey Tuesday toward the end of the Christmas holidays. Turkeys had been devoured, gifts exchanged, and the festive season had tailed away into mundane January. Parents swept the last of the Christmas tree pine needles out of the carpet, whilst vowing to start dieting. As for the children, they were complaining that the batteries in their new toys had run out. Everybody was disgruntled, disillusioned and disappointed with the whole process of Yuletide. The fun, laughter and fairy lights would not return for nearly a whole long year. None of this ever bothered Mr Bausin, going about the same daily ritual he performed in his timeless world of Middlechester Museum: unlocking the great doors, checking the central heating gauges, switching the automatic alarm system back and forth to test it, and tidying the rows of brightly coloured pamphlets and folders on the information desk.

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