5 edition of A voice from the attic found in the catalog.
A voice from the attic
|Statement||Robertson Davies ; introduction, Robert Cockburn ; general editor, Malcolm Ross.|
|Series||New Canadian library -- no. 83.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 370 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||370|
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Read Common Sense Media's A Light in the Attic review, age rating, and parents guide.4/5. Author Name Davies, Robertson. Title A VOICE FROM THE ATTIC. Binding Hard Cover. Book Condition Very Good. Jacket Condition No Jacket. Edition First Edition. Publisher Toronto McClelland & Stewart Seller ID FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC is the novel that began launched the extraordinary career of V.C.
Andrews "RM", winning her an immediate and fiercely devoted worldwide following; today there are more than 85 million copies of her books in print/5(K). The Bear in the Attic T he little girl rattled on ceaselessly and seamlessly, the lack of even the slightest pause relieving me of any need to respond or, mercifully, to listen.
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This tale of obsession, also made into a haunting movie, has made V.C. Andrews' name Whispersync for Voice. Parent reviews for A Light in the Attic.
Common Sense says. Poet delivers both a moral lesson and mischief. I would not hesitate to read most of this book to children 8 and up, and some of it to children as young as 3.
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