by Scholastic New Zealand Ltd. .
Written in English
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The Robber and the Millionaire by Eirlys Hunter, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(3). Illustrated by Nobby Clark Once there was a robber, a very bored robber. He had robbed all the houses in Lamington and now he needed a new challenge. Once there was a millionaire, a very scared millionaire. He had just moved to Lamington - - QBD Books - Buy Online for Better Range and : Egypt, The Valley of the Kings, An American robber baron peers through the hole he has cut in an ancient tomb wall and discovers the richest trove of golden treasure ever seen in Egypt. At the start of the twentieth century, Theodore Davis was the most famous archaeologist in the world; his career turned tomb-robbing and treasure-hunting into a science. The Robber and the Millionaire was shortlisted for the Aim Children's Book Awards, and The Mapmakers’ Race was shortlisted in the junior fiction section for the New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults. Hunter has received Storylines Notable Book Awards for Coldkeep Castle () and The Mapmakers' Race ().
The Robber is a guidebook for disappearance, an endlessly tangential map of the transient ghostliness of the ever-elusive self written by a gentleman who has politely bid farewell and stepped outside of his person. It is a precious hoot. It is a picaresque series of tiptoes around a goblin-infested forest. It is a shared narcissistic prism/5(72). Eirlys Hunter is a London-born fiction writer who moved to Wellington, New Zealand in She has published several books for children including The Robber and the Millionaire which was short-listed for the Aim Children's Book Awards. Hunter's first novel for adults, Between Black and White, was published in /5(31). Egypt, The Valley of the Kings, An American robber baron peers through the hole he has cut in an ancient tomb wall and discovers the richest trove of golden treasure ever seen in Egypt. At the start of the twentieth century, Theodore Davis was the most famous archaeologist in the world; his career turned tomb-robbing and treasure-hunting into a science/5(26). Hailed by the New York Times Book Review as 'one of the most brilliant illustrators at work today,' Tomi Ungerer writes and illustrates unique books that have been the mainstay of children s libraries around the world for almost five decades. This book was first published in , the same year as Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are. After the publication of these two groundbreaking titles, both of which are Reviews:
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