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eBook Kept in the Dark download

by N. Bawden

eBook Kept in the Dark download ISBN: 0575031131
Author: N. Bawden
Publisher: Victor Gollancz Ltd.; 2nd Impression edition (1982)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1172 kb
Fb2: 1634 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Kept in the Dark book. Bawden attended Somerville College, Oxford, where she gained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

Kept in the Dark book. Her nove Nina Bawden was a popular British novelist and children's writer. Her mother was a teacher and her father a marine. When World War II broke out she spent the school holidays at a farm in Shropshire along with her mother and her brothers, but lived in Aberdare, Wales, during term time.

Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. scuff marks, but no holes or tears. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear

Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with some creasing or tearing, and pencil underlining of text, but this is minimal. No highlighting of text, no writing in the margins, and no missing pages.

Nina Mary Mobey Bawden was born January 19, 1925 in London, England Her children's awards include the Edgar Allan Poe award nomination for Kept in the Dark (1983) and the Parent's Choice citation for Humbug (1992).

Nina Mary Mobey Bawden was born January 19, 1925 in London, England. When she was eight years old, she wrote an adventure story about a girl who ran away to sea. Educated at Somerville College, Oxford (. 1951), Bawden has written more than 30 books, a wide variety of fiction including mysteries, adventure, and romance for both children and adults. Her first adult novel was published in 1953; her first juvenile book ten years later. Bawden's work for children and adults has been acclaimed and honored. Her children's awards include the Edgar Allan Poe award nomination for Kept in the Dark (1983) and the Parent's Choice citation for Humbug (1992).

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In ¡§KEPT IN THE DARK¡¨, the character are described very active and interest, the most character I like is Mrs. Battle, it is because she¡¦s outlook is funny and her personality seems like myself. Moreover, the arrangement of the story is good; it is because the peak of the story is wonderful!

In ¡§KEPT IN THE DARK¡¨, the character are described very active and interest, the most character I like is Mrs. Moreover, the arrangement of the story is good; it is because the peak of the story is wonderful! Since the author can make an exiting atmosphere, I was one of the characters not a reader!But the word used in the passages is differ cal, not easy to understand. Overall, I would recommend this story book to my friend and classmates; I hope they would enjoy it! The amostphere is good.

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Comments: (6)
MrDog
The story is about 3 children namely Clara, Noel and Bosie. Since their father falls ill, their mother need to take care of their father and earn money so no people can take care of them, so they need to live with their grandmother who they never been met.
Before they went to their grandma¡¦s home, they were afraid because they didn¡¦t know their grandma¡¦s personalities and also afraid she loses temper when she saw her grandson and daughter. But they have a happy life lived with grandma and granddad. Their grandma is called Elizabeth; she asked the children call her ¡§Liz¡¨.
They seem enjoy living with their grandma, but when David came to their house, their live were change into worry. If you want to know who David is and what happen with him, you should read this book.
At the first, when I saw this book at my school library, the book cover attracts me to pick up from the shelves. It gives me a secret and mystery impression, since I like to read this kind of books, so I borrowed it from the school library.
After I read it, the story is a historical of Elizabeth¡¦s family. I am a bit disappointed. But the story seems good, so I haven¡¦t change my book and continuous to read this story.
In ¡§KEPT IN THE DARK¡¨, the character are described very active and interest, the most character I like is Mrs. Battle, it is because she¡¦s outlook is funny and her personality seems like myself.
Moreover, the arrangement of the story is good; it is because the peak of the story is wonderful! Since the author can make an exiting atmosphere, I was one of the characters not a reader!
But the word used in the passages is differ cal, not easy to understand.

Overall, I would recommend this story book to my friend and classmates; I hope they would enjoy it!
Malodora
Boise, Carla, and Noel's father is ill and their mother is left with no choice but to leave them with their grandparents who she has not gotten along with well for a long time. The children are frightened to be left with them, because to them it was like living with complete strangers. Grandpa kept saying David's coming next week and grandma never said anything like she was not happy about it, although the children had no idea who he was they were very curious and would soon find out. This book was not the greatest that I have read, I have not read any other books by Nina Bawden and probably won't. It was all from europe so some of the phrase sounded funny, and the english was a bit different. I would not have read the book on a personal note, but it was for school and so I did, I chose the book because the cover made it look interesting, I guess their right when they say don't judge a book by it's cover. I do like this particular quote from the book because it was ironic, I think. "It's odd staying with strangers who ought not to be strangers. Grandparents. I mean." On page 16. I do know how it feels to go see relatives you never met before, like how they seem to be strangers. I still say the book is not the greatest but it did pick up towards the end. This book is for most people, probably more towards adults.
Lavivan
The story is about 3 children namely Clara, Noel and Bosie. Since their father falls ill, their mother need to take care of their father and earn money so no people can take care of them, so they need to live with their grandmother who they never been met.
Before they went to their grandma¡¦s home, they were afraid because they didn¡¦t know their grandma¡¦s personalities and also afraid she loses temper when she saw her grandson and daughter. But they have a happy life lived with grandma and granddad. Their grandma is called Elizabeth; she asked the children call her ¡§Liz¡¨.
They seem enjoy living with their grandma, but when David came to their house, their live were change into worry. If you want to know who David is and what happen with him, you should read this book.
At the first, when I saw this book at my school library, the book cover attracts me to pick up from the shelves. It gives me a secret and mystery impression, since I like to read this kind of books, so I borrowed it from the school library.
After I read it, the story is a historical of Elizabeth¡¦s family. I am a bit disappointed. But the story seems good, so I haven¡¦t change my book and continuous to read this story.
In ¡§KEPT IN THE DARK¡¨, the character are described very active and interest, the most character I like is Mrs. Battle, it is because she¡¦s outlook is funny and her personality seems like myself.
Moreover, the arrangement of the story is good; it is because the peak of the story is wonderful! Since the author can make an exiting atmosphere, I was one of the characters not a reader!
But the word used in the passages is differ cal, not easy to understand.

Overall, I would recommend this story book to my friend and classmates; I hope they would enjoy it!
Kefym
The reviews on this book are absolutely inaccurate!!! Read the tag lines next to the book. The other reviews are clearly meaning another story not this one. I've been reading this one over and over for years, it remains one of my favorites. It's a great read! It's sad, and gives such a fascinating imagination done from the point if view of a child. Hilary is believable and childlike and her perception of a mad man is frightening, but also a little sad. Wonderful writing!!!!