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Danny, the champion of the world

by Dahl, Roald.

Format: Print Book 1975
Availability: Available at 3 Libraries 3 of 5 copies
Available (3)
Location Collection Call #
Dormont Public Library Juvenile Fiction J DAHL
Location  Dormont Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Fiction
Call Number  J DAHL
Monroeville Public Library Juvenile Fiction Dahl
Location  Monroeville Public Library
Collection  Juvenile Fiction
Call Number  Dahl
Shaler North Hills Library Juvenile Fiction j DAH
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
Collection  Juvenile Fiction
Call Number  j DAH
Unavailable (2)
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Jefferson Hills Public Library Juv Fiction ILL RETURNED
Location  Jefferson Hills Public Library
Collection  Juv Fiction
Pleasant Hills Public Library Juvenile CHECKED OUT
Location  Pleasant Hills Public Library
Collection  Juvenile
Danny's life seems perfect: his home is a gypsy caravan, he's the youngest car mechanic around, and his best friend is his dad, who never runs out of wonderful stories to tell. And when Danny discovers his father's secret, he's off on the adventure of a lifetime. Here's Roald Dahl's famous story about a 9-year-old boy, his dad, and a daring and hilarious pheasant-snatching expedition. Just as important, it's the story of the love between a boy and his father who, in Danny's own words, is "the most marvelous and exciting father a boy ever had." A young English boy describes his relationship with his father and the special adventure they share together.
Additional Information
Subjects Fathers and sons -- Fiction.
Publisher New York :Knopf : distributed by Random House,1975
Contributors Bennett, Jill.
Language English
Description 196 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN 0394931033 (lib. bdg.)
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