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A Box Of Nothing

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After the man in the closed, empty shop gives James a box of nothing, he finds himself in the Dump, a bizarre world filled with strangely altered rubbish and large intelligent rats.
122 pages
Published (first published August 1st 1987)
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James gets a "box of nothing" at an old empty shop and then finds himself in a transformed dump. Grades 4+
A very strange and wonderful book about life, the universe and everything.
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