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Beowulf

By Michael Morpurgo

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A powerful retelling of Britain's oldest epic vividly brings to life a Scandinavian warrior named Beowulf who, after defeating two great evils, meets his match in the death-dragon of the deep.
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In Morpurgo's adventure, Michael embarks on a fantastic round-the-world sailing voyage with his parents. Their brave dream becomes a nightmare when Michael falls overboard. Washed up on an island in the Pacific populated with orang-utans, Michael soon makes a startling discovery - this island is Kensuke's kingdom.This dramatisation by Stuart Paterson was made for the Birmingham Stage Company, who toured their production throughout the UK.
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When Michael is swept off his family's yacht, he washes up on a desert island, where he struggles to survive--until he finds he is not alone.
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A shepherd relates a story to his grandchildren about the night that he was visited by the angel Gabriel, who brought news of the birth of Jesus--and who took him, personally, to see the newborn king as other angels watched over his flock.
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A collection of excerpts from the works of such authors as A.A. Milne, Carlo Collodi, Ted Hughes, Roald Dahl, C.S. Lewis, Donald Sobol, and Mark Twain.
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Toro! Toro!

By Michael Morpurgo

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During the Spanish Civil War Antonio hides in the hills with a newborn calf named Paco to save the bull from the bull ring and escapes the destruction of his father's farm by Franco's army.
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Twist of Gold

By Michael Morpurgo

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With only the mythical luck of a golden torc, the necklace of their ancestors, to protect them, Sean and Annie O'Brien leave famine-stricken Ireland to search for their father in a strange land called America.
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One boy wins the support of his small French town and even a German soldier to help Jewish children escape, in a story of courage set in France during the Second World War
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War Horse

By Michael Morpurgo

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Joey the horse recalls his experiences growing up on an English farm, his struggle for survival as a cavalry horse during World War I, and his reunion with his beloved master.
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Presents a companion to the motion picture, providing production photographs, notes on the adaptation of the novel into a screenplay, and interviews from the cast, director, and crew.
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