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The magic finger

The magic finger

Dahl, Roald, 1916-; Blake, Quentin

The story of an unusual little girl who has magical powers. When someone makes her angry, she zaps a punishment on them with her magic, flashing finger! This edition also has an author biography. The story of an unusual little girl who has magical powers. When someone makes her angry, she zaps a punishment on them with her magic flashing finger! This edtion also has an author biography

Paperback, Book, Reproduction. English. Fiction (Children's).
New ed.
Published London: Puffin Books, 2001
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Available at Brockworth Community Library, Minchinhampton Community Library, Mitcheldean Community Library, Stonehouse and Tewkesbury.

  • Brockworth Community Library – One available

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    9936924746 Younger Junior Fiction Available
  • Minchinhampton Community Library – One available

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    9930342400 General Junior Fiction JF Younger Junior Fiction Available
  • Mitcheldean Community Library – One available

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    9930625607 General Junior Fiction Younger Junior Fiction Available
  • Stonehouse – One available

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    9930623213 General Junior Fiction Younger Junior Fiction Available
  • Tewkesbury – One available

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    9922983141 General Junior Fiction Younger Junior Fiction Available

Details

Statement of responsibility: Roald Dahl; Illustrated by Quentin Blake
ISBN: 0141311290, 9780141311296
Intended audience: From 6 To 99.
Note: Paperback; B-format paperback.
Biography: Roald Dahl, the best-loved of children's writers, was born in Wales of Norwegian parents. After school in England he went to work for Shell in Africa. He began to write after "a monumental bash on the head", sustained as an RAF pilot in warld War II. Roald Dahl died in 1990.
Physical Description: 64 p. : b&w, ill. ; 20x13x0 cm.
Series: Young Puffin Developing Reader
Subject: 7-9 years; Fiction; Ordinary Printed Book Format; Non-character; Non Tie-in.