Nobody S Boy

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Author: Hector Malot
Publisher: Blurb
ISBN: 9781366556226
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Nobody S Boy by Hector Malot


Original Title: Nobody S Boy

-Nobody's Boy- is a human document of child experiences that is fascinating reading for young and old. Parents, teachers and others, who are careful to have children read inspiring books, will welcome this beautiful story of Hector Malot, as among the best for them to recommend. Such digressions in the original, as do not belong to the heart of the story, have been eliminated, so that the lost boy's experiences continue as the undisturbed interest, on through to the happy conclusion. Loyal friendship and honest conduct are the vital ideals of this story, and the heart interest is eloquent with noble character.

Nobody S Boy Sans Famille Illustrated By John B Gruelle

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Author: Hector Malot
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473386438
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Nobody S Boy Sans Famille Illustrated By John B Gruelle by Hector Malot


Original Title: Nobody S Boy Sans Famille Illustrated By John B Gruelle

Nobody’s Boy (Sans Famille), is a novel by the French author Hector Malot (1830 – 1907). It was originally published in 1878, and contains two volumes – both telling of the exploits of a little boy named Rémi (an orphan sold to a street musician at the age of eight), and his search for his family. Malot was an immensely skilled author, penning over seventy books in his lifetime, as well as training as a lawyer and working as a dramatic critic. Although Sans Famile has since gained fame as a children’s book, it was not originally intended as such. The story of Nobody’s Boy is accompanied by the heart-warming colour illustrations of Johnny Gruelle (1880 – 1938). Gruelle was an American artist, cartoonist, illustrator and children’s author – best known as the creator of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy. His most famous illustrated works include Grimm’s Fairy Tales (1914), All About the Little Small Red Hen (1917), and of course, the Raggedy Ann series. Presented alongside the text, his illustrations further refine and elucidate Malot’s masterful storytelling.

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