|Product Name||Feather Boy|
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|Price New||2.95 US Dollars (curriencies)|
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|Long Description||Read by Philip Franks approx. 6 hrs 30 mins. 4 cassettes "Top flat, Chance House. You can go there...You are the sort of boy who can fly." That's what Edith Sorrell, mysterious resident of Mayfield Rest Home, says when Robert asks her to share a wisdom with him as part of a class project. And even thought Robert Nobel, a.k.a Norbert No-Bottle, the perpetually picked-on calss squirt, is convinced she's batty, he's determined to pluck up his courage ad go. After all, what does Robert have to lose? His dad is busy with his new family, his mum is always at work, and the school bully is making his life miserable. But Edith is hiding a secret about boarded-up Chance House's past that's more complicated than Robert ever imagined. The search for the turth begins in the top-floor flat with a few small feather. Uncovering it will change both of their lives forever. A well-known actor in England, Philip Franks is perhaps best known there for his role of Charlie in the popular television series The Darling Buds of May , in which he starred with Catherine Zeta Jones. He also played Hamlet for the Royal Shakespeare Company. Past BBC programs include Le Grand Meaulnes , Spirit Wrestlers and The Map That Changed the World .|
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