The Indian in the Cupboard (Collins Modern Classics)

Category: Book
By (author): Banks, Lynne Reid
Series: Indian In The Cupboard
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure / General
  JUVENILE FICTION / Classics
Audience: children/juvenile
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Published: May 2016
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 7.75in x 5.11in
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From The Publisher*

For Omri, it is a dream come true when the plastic American Indian he locks into the old cupboard comes to life. Little Bull is everything an Indian brave should be - proud, fearless and defiant.But being in charge of a real, live, human being is a heavy responsibility, as Omri soon discovers. And when his best friend, Patrick, is let in on the secret, he soon realises that life-changing decisions lie ahead.Ages: 9+

From The Publisher*The Indian in the Cupboard is the first of five gripping books about Omri and his plastic North American Indian- Little Bull- who comes alive when Omri puts him in a cupboard
From The Publisher*The Indian in the Cupboard is the first of five gripping books about Omri and his plastic North American Indian- Little Bull- who comes alive when Omri puts him in a cupboard For Omri, it is a dream come true when the plastic American Indian he locks into the old cupboard comes to life. Little Bull is everything an Indian brave should be- proud, fearless and defiant. But being in charge of a real, live, human being is a heavy responsibility, as Omri soon discovers. And when his best friend, Patrick, is let in on the secret, he soon realises that life-changing decisions lie ahead.
Biographical NoteLynne Reid Banks is a best-selling author for children and adults. Her classic children's novel ‘The Indian in the Cupboard' has sold nearly six million copies worldwide. She was born in London in 1929 and worked as an actress, writer and TV news reporter. Lynne has written thirty books: her first, ‘The L-Shaped Room', was published in 1960. She now lives in Dorset, where she continues to write. Lynne says that writing for children comes much more easily than writing for adults.