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Завръщане в Голямата гора : къдeтo Mечо Пух изживявa нoви пpиключе...

David Benedictus (author), Mark Burgess (illustrator), A.A. Milne (based on the work of)

Завръщане в Голямата гора : къдeтo Mечо Пух изживявa нoви пpиключе...

Target audience:
3-5 years and up
Extra subject
Bulgaarse collectie
Title
Завръщане в Голямата гора : къдeтo Mечо Пух изживявa нoви пpиключения зaeднo c Кристофър Робин и пpиятeлитe cи
Author
David Benedictus
Illustrator
Mark Burgess
Based on the work of
A.A. Milne
Translator
Emilia L. Maslarova Vladimir Trendafilov
Language
Bulgarian
Original language
English
Original title
Return to the hundred acre wood
Publisher
Sofia: Egmont, 2009
201 p. : ill.
ISBN
9789542703518 (hardback)

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About David Benedictus

David Henry Benedictus (born 16 September 1938) is an English writer and theatre director, best known for his novels. His work includes the Winnie-the-Pooh novel Return to the Hundred Acre Wood (2009). It was the first such book in 81 years.

Life

Born in 1938 to chartered accountant Henry Jules Benedictus and Kathleen Constance (née Ricardo). He was educated at Eton College, Balliol College, Oxford, and the University of Iowa. His first novel The Fourth of June was a best-seller and he adapted it for the London stage. His second novel, You're a Big Boy Now, was made into a 1966 feature film directed by Francis Ford Coppola. He was an assistant to Trevor Nunn at the Royal Shakespeare Company. He has also worked as a commissioning editor for Drama at Channel 4, and ran the Book at Bedtime series for BBC Radio 4.

He previously wrote and produced audio readings of the …Read more on Wikipedia

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