Publish date: October 30th 1968
Publisher: Puffin Books
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Series: The Magic Drawing Pencil (#1)
I wrote this review back in January 2010 when I read the new edition of Marianne Dreams with this beautiful cover.A Children's book was exactly what the doctor ordered for this gloomy never ending winter. This book is a fabulous old-school kind of children's book with its old-fashioned vocabulary th...
Incidental music is Dreams by the Cranberries and Dreams by Gabrielle.Listen to the story. Nine y.o.
Where was this book when I was 9 or 10? Man, I would have adored it and read it over and over and over. Marianne is bedridden with what sound like mononucleosis to the modern ear, and she finds herself whiling away the long hours drawing with a magic pencil and visiting her drawings in her dreams. T...
I read this when I was a kid. It is a MUST read if you like dark fantasy. The book was made into a movie and surprise, surprise... the movie was excellent!
A Children's book was exactly what the doctor ordered for this gloomy never ending winter. This book is a fabulous old-school kind of children's book with its old-fashioned vocabulary that makes it all more enojayble. It takes you back to the time when life was fresh and exciting. Now when we are ol...
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