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Six unabridged stories from Richmal Crompton, read by Martin Jarvis as the lovable scamp William Brown, detailing a whole host of scrapes, mistakes, misunderstandings, and straight-forward naughtiness. Kids will love this audio, and adults will find themselves laughing out loud too!

1. 'William and the Carol Singers'
2. 'A Busy Day'
3. 'William All the Time'
4.'William's Christmas Eve'
5. 'The Outlaws Fetch the Holly'
6. 'A Present from William'

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If you are a fan of Richmal Crompton's character William, you can't help but enjoy these Christmas stories. Jarvis does his usual terrific job of making William and his gang come alive with personality as they spread mischief in their small English town. These books were intended for adults, though my teenage kids have loved the stories.

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  • Chris Rayner
  • 08-05-15

The mixture as before.

Brilliant. If you know William Brown of old you will love it. If you don't, then prepare to be delighted. Breathes there a soul so lacking in fun and larks that William leaves them unmoved, or, horrors, excites their distaste? Even this species of po faced killjoy owes themselves a go at him in case their dull monochrome lives might be transformed by his mischievous subversion of stuffy convention. Such larks!

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