The Peppermint Pig By Nina Bawden-Paperback

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  • 184

  • 9781310394371

  • 129 mm

  • 198 mm

  • 144 gram


  • 1977

    Publish Date
  • 15 mm

    Spine Width

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    Johnnie was only the runt of the litter, a little peppermint pig. He'd cost mother a shilling, but somehow his great naughtiness and cleverness kept poll and Theo cheerful, even though it was one of the most difficult years of their lives.

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    Nina Bawden

    Nina Bawden was a popular British novelist and childrens writer. Her mother was a teacher and her father a marine.

    When World War II broke out she spent the school holidays at a farm in Shropshire along with her mother and her brothers, but lived in Aberdare, Wales, during term time.
    Bawden attended Somerville College, Oxford, where she gained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

    Her novels include Carries War, Peppermint Pig, and The Witchs Daughter.

    A number of her works have been dramatised by BBC Childrens television, and many have been translated into various languages. In 2002 she was badly injured in the Potters Bar rail crash, and her husband Austen Kark was killed.

    Bawden passed away at her home in London on August 22, 2012.