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Het verloren vriendje en andere verhaaltjes

Philip Hunt (director), Max Richter (composer), Oliver Jeffers (based on the work of)
In series:
Target audience:
All ages
Contents
Het lampje / Yuta Sukegawa
De grote broer / Jesus Pérez & Elisabeth Hütterman
Zo gaat het beter / Philippe Comarella & Simon Griesser
Flessenpost / Kirsten Lepore
Subject
Pinguïns
Rating
All agesAll ages
Title
Het verloren vriendje en andere verhaaltjes
Director
Philip Hunt
Composer
Max Richter 1966-
Based on the work of
Oliver Jeffers
Performer
Warre Borghmans  (spreekstem)
Uniform title
Lost and found
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Dalton, 2013
1 dvd-video
Recording date
2008
Playing time
50 min.
Note
Nederlands gesproken
ISBN
9789461872449
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Availability in Flemish libraries

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About Philip Hunt

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Philip Alexander Hunt, Baron Hunt of Kings Heath, (born 19 May 1949) is a former health administrator and a Labour Co-operative member of the House of Lords.

Early life and career

Born in 1949, Philip Hunt was educated at the single-sex grammar school City of Oxford High School for Boys, later the Oxford School. He graduated from the University of Leeds in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political studies.

Professional career

Hunt became a works study officer in 1972 for the Oxford Regional Hospital Board, moving to Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre as hospital administrator in 1974. He was the first Secretary of Edgware and Hendon Community Health Council. He was the first Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, and previously Director of the National Association of Health Authorities and Trusts (NAHAT) from its formation in 1990. Before that he was Director…Read more on Wikipedia

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