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Coram Boy
By Jamila Gavin

Coram Boy

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Coram Boy by Jamila Gavin

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The National Theatre's 2005 Christmas show: an expert dramatisation of this Whitbread Children's Book Award-winner. A fitting follow-up to "His Dark Materials", Jamila Gavin's Whitbread Award-winning "Coram Boy", set in the 18th century, is a tale of two cities - Gloucester and London - and of two boys: Toby, saved from an African slave ship, and Aaron, illegitimate heir to a great estate. Also a tale of fathers and sons: slave-trader Otis and his son Meshak; and landowner Sir William Ashbrook and the son he disinherits. This is the story where the National Theatre has chosen its Christmas show on its biggest stage: last occupied at this time of year by His Dark Materials. Cleverly, they have also chosen Helen Edmundson to adapt it, who has already fashioned magnificent plays out of "The Mill on the Floss", "Anna Karenina" and "War and Peace". The result - with a cast of twenty and sumptuous sets and costumes - is set fair to be another box-office smash.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781854598943
ISBN-10: 1854598945
Format: Paperback
(192mm x 129mm x 7mm)
Pages: 96
Imprint: Nick Hern Books
Publisher: Nick Hern Books
Publish Date: 10-Nov-2005
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Every night for one thousand and one nights, Scheherazade must tell a tale of enchantment and magic, in order to keep herself alive. TreeTops Greatest Stories is a series of timeless classics for children aged 711. Its much-loved stories, beautiful artwork and careful levelling make it easy to select books that children will love.

Coram Boy by Jamila Gavin Coram Boy, Paperback (January 2015)

Doomed babies entrusted to the care of a villain...children sold as slaves, an aristocrat's son disinherited when he refuses to give up a career in music - all these stories come together in this amazing story of adventure. Ages 10+.

Blackberry Blue by Jamila Gavin Blackberry Blue, Paperback (September 2014)

Features six magical stories to thrill and enchant you. This title helps you watch Blackberry Blue rise from the bramble patch; follow Emeka the pathfinder on his mission to save a lost king; join Princess Desire as she gallops across the Milky Way on her jet-black horse.

Blood Stone by Jamila Gavin Blood Stone, Paperback (January 2014)

One diamond - a world of spies, death and deception. In Venice, the diamond promises wealth and prestige to greedy Bernardo Pagliarin. At the court of the Great Moghul in Agra, it holds the key to the throne itself. For Filippo and his family, the stone is worth far more. It could bring their father back from the dead.

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Author Biography - Jamila Gavin

Jamila Gavin was born in India of an Indian father and English mother, but spent part of her childhood in Shepherd's Bush. She joined the BBC and started writing in 1979. Books include The Magic Orange Tree, Monkey in the Stars, which she also dramatised, The Surya Trilogy, all of which were short-listed for the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, and The Blood Stone. She lives in Stroud. (www.jamilagavin.co.uk) Helen Edmundson's breakthrough came in 1992 with her award-winning adaptation of Anna Karenina for Shared Experience, for whom she also adapted The Mill on the Floss. Both productions were twice revived and extensively toured. Her adaptation of War and Peace was staged at the National Theatre (1996) and of Mary Webb's Gone to Earth by Shared Experience (2004).

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