Sigurd, the Viking from the tenth century, is still stuck in the twentieth century. He lives with his friends the Ellis family in a seaside hotel and constantly causes chaos. When Tim and Zoe Ellis take him to school with them a series of seriously funny disasters results.
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Jeremy Strong once worked in a bakery, putting the jam into three thousand doughnuts every night. Now he puts the jam into stories instead, which he finds much more exciting. He loves writing stories because it's 'the only time you alone have complete control and can make anything happen'. His ambition is to make you laugh (or at least snuffle). Jeremy Strong lives near Bath with his wife, Gillie, four cats and a flying cow.From AudioFile:
Strong's series features Sigurd the Viking (yes, a real Viking), who lives in twentieth-century England and is even married. In this episode Sigurd is too rough for professional wrestling and returns, with his wife, to the town of Flotby. His welcome is very short, and someone hits upon the idea of sending him to school to learn contemporary manners. This hilarious tale is read with gusto by Nigel Lambert. A one-man children's theater, Lambert performs Sigurd with a deep, gruff voice and also brings out his somewhat confused state. All the other characters, as well as the narrative, are as ably performed. M.T.F. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Puffin, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. The third title about Sigurd the 10th century Viking stuck in the 20th century. Sigurd lives with his friends the Ellis family in a seaside hotel and leaves a trail of mayhem behind him wherever he goes. When Zoe and Tim Ellis take Sigurd to school a series of funny disasters follow. New paperback copy, may have some shelf wear, ready for immediate despatch. Bookseller Inventory # 009936