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De man uit het niets

Michael Morpurgo (author), René Pullens (illustrator)
Target audience:
9-11 years and up
Michael Morpurgo De man uit het niets illustraties: Ren J Pullens Cessie is blij met de opa die op een dag uit het niets opduikt, maar haar ouders zijn wantrouwig. Is de oude man een oplichter? Wat is er met hem gebeurd dat hij zo verward is? $ grootouders $ verleden $ familie 10 - 12 jaar, avi 8 geb. 184 blz. isbn 90 216 1851 6
Subject
Grootouders
Reading level
AVI 8
Title
De man uit het niets / Michael Morpurgo ; met tek. van Rene Pullens
Author
Michael Morpurgo
Illustrator
René Pullens
Language
Dutch
Original title
Escape from Shangri-La
Publisher
Amsterdam: Ploegsma, 1999
192 p. : ill.
ISBN
90-216-1851-6

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About Michael Morpurgo

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Sir Michael Andrew Bridge Morpurgo, (born Michael Andrew Bridge; 5 October 1943) is an English book author, poet, playwright, and librettist who is known best for children's novels such as War Horse (1982). His work is noted for its "magical storytelling", for recurring themes such as the triumph of an outsider or survival, for characters' relationships with nature, and for vivid settings such as the Cornish coast or World War I. Morpurgo became the third Children's Laureate, from 2003 to 2005.

Early life

Morpurgo was born in 1943 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, as Michael Andrew Bridge, the second child of actor Tony Van Bridge and actress Kippe Cammaerts (born Catherine Noel Kippe Cammaerts, daughter of writer and poet Émile Cammaerts). Both RADA graduates, his parents had met when they were acting in the same repertory company in 1938. His father came from a working-class fami…Read more on Wikipedia

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