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The Complete Uncle (Hardback)

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Hardback 800 Pages / Published: 19/12/2013
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The complete set of Uncle books, by J.P Martin and illustrated by Sir Quentin Blake, is being re-published in a deluxe high-quality hardback, with a wealth of extra material, including articles by Neil Gaiman, Will Self and Kate Summerscale. Uncle is an kind-hearted elephant who lives in an endlessly massive castle, accompanied by his motley crew of companions and employees, including the Old Monkey, Goodman the Cat, the One-Armed Badger and many more. Near his castle sits Badfort, home of Uncle's enemies, a disreputable group including Hateman, Jellytussle, Hitmouse and other unpleasant characters. Over the course of the books, Uncle and his followers find themselves mixed up with camels, dwarfs, treacle, bears, ghosts, a walrus, a singing flower, wizards, Respectable Horses and much, much more. Although the books were intended for children, they are loved by an adult audience for their wordplay, subversive and surreal humour and wonderful drawings. They are one of the great forgotten treasures of children's literature, and this is the first opportunity to buy the complete set since the early seventies. This deluxe 800-page hardback edition contains the full text of all six books, and all of the illustrations from Sir Quentin Blake. There are also articles by famous fans, contemporary reviews, an eight-page colour section showcasing the original cover art and much more. The anthology includes: Uncle, Uncle Cleans Up, Uncle and His Detective, Uncle and the Treacle Trouble, Uncle and Claudius the Camel, and Uncle and the Battle for Badgertown.

Publisher: Troubador Publishing
ISBN: 9781783062836
Number of pages: 800
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm

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“At last - all of them back in print!”

I loved these stories as a child and when I tried to buy them for my son they were no longer in print and no sign of them being reprinted. They were also hard to find second hand but I did eventually manage to get a... More

Hardback edition
19th November 2013
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“Fantastic sense of fun in these books”

It's so good to see these books available again after many years out of print and they are collected together in a beautiful volume with lots of extra previously unseen material. Uncle the elephant is a great... More

Hardback edition
11th December 2013
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“Badfort News Stop Press”

The tyrant of homeward has returned, along with his motley array of lick-spittle toadies. Dealing out summary injustice to the downtrodden yet unbowed denizens of Badfort. Up the revolution and viva Beaver Hateman.... More

Hardback edition
8th October 2013
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