Ffangs lived with the other vampires on Vampire Island but he had something of a problem - he couldn't stand the sight of blood. Ffangs decides to explain his predicament to the Queen, and it is while he finds himself alone in Buckingham Palace that his adventures begin in earnest.
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Ted Hughes was born on 17 August 1930 in Mytholmroyd, a small mill town in West Yorkshire. His father made portable wooden buildings. The family moved to Mexborough, a coal-mining town in South Yorkshire, when Hughes was seven. His parents took over a newsagent and tobacconist shop, and eventually he went to the local grammar school.In 1948 Hughes won an Open Exhibition to Pembroke College, Cambridge. Before going there, he served two years National Service in the Royal Air Force. Between leaving Cambridge and becoming a teacher, he worked at various jobs, finally as a script-reader for Rank at their Pinewood Studios.In 1956 Hughes married the American poet Sylvia Plath, who died in 1963, and they had two children. He remarried in 1970. He was awarded the OBE in 1977, created Poet Laureate in December 1984 and appointed to the Order of Merit in 1998. He died in October 1998.Ted Hughes's first book, The Hawk in the Rain, was published by Fabe
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Book Description Penguin Children's Audiobooks, London. AUDIO CASSETTE. First Edition. A 90-minute cassette of Hughes reading his children's story in its totality. Fine in folding plastic box. Like new, still in plastic wrap. Front cover illustration by Chris Riddell, music composed by Martin Cook, and produced by Mellie Buse. Bookseller Inventory # 021950