Barney's been told that if you go too near the edge of the chalk-pit the ground will give way. Nevertheless, one grey day he goes to see for himself. Next thing he knows, he is at the bottom of the chalk rubbish-pit in a kind of cave, unable to move his legs because somebody is sitting on them.
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This story has wonderful appeal. " The Guardian" A classic. " The Telegraph" Will always be a part of me ...Read it for Stig. " "AllReaders.com "
This story has wonderful appeal. The Guardian
A classic. The Telegraph
Will always be a part of me ...Read it for Stig. AllReaders.com
"This story has wonderful appeal." --The Guardian
"A classic." --The Telegraph
"Will always be a part of me . . . Read it for Stig." --AllReaders.com
Clive King was born in Richmond, Surrey, in 1924. When he was young his family moved to a village called Ash, near Sevenoaks in Kent, which is the setting for Stig of the Dump. He went to Downing College, Cambridge, and the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. He then served in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. His service as a sailor and his work as a language teacher took him all over the world. Clive King lives with his family in Norfolk and is a full-time writer.
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Book Description Puffin Books, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110141380144