Fergus Crane

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Fergus Crane
Author Paul Stewart
Illustrator Chris Riddell
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series Far-Flung Adventures
Genre Children's
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
April 1, 2004
Pages 160 pp
ISBN 978-0-385-60719-3
OCLC 56447888
823.914 22
LC Class PZ7.S84975 Fer 2004
Followed by Corby Flood

Fergus Crane is a children's book written by Paul Stewart and illustrated by Chris Riddell, published in 2004. It won the Nestlé Children's Book Prize Gold Award the same year.[1]

Plot summary[edit]

Fergus Crane is a young boy, who lives in the Archduke Ferdinant Apartments with his Mother Lucia. A mysterious little flying box arrives at his house three different times at his house and he find letters in it, from his 'long lost uncle Theo' warning him that he is great danger and is sending help. After this, a flying horse arrives at his window and takes him to a magnificent mountain chalet, where his adventures begin.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nestlé Children's Book Prize