Truckers

by Terry Pratchett | Children's Books |
ISBN: 0552525952 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingcrimson-tidewing of Balingup, Western Australia Australia on 3/1/2006
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Journal Entry 1 by wingcrimson-tidewing from Balingup, Western Australia Australia on Wednesday, March 1, 2006
The Bromeliad Trilogy, Book 1

From Publishers Weekly:
A rollicking tale about a race of 'nomes'--little people who came from outer space and now live under the floorboards of a department store. Since the store is about to be demolished, the nomes must be convinced to move out, even though most of them don't believe in such a thing as Outside. After all, the store has "Everything Under One Roof!" In a story reminiscent of Mary Norton's The Borrowers , Pratchett has added distinctive touches of his own to the hilarious complications that ensue. One of the novel's greatest strengths is the depiction of the civilization the nomes have built for themselves, including an intricate religion based on advertising signs. hung in the store.

Journal Entry 2 by wingcrimson-tidewing at Balingup, Western Australia Australia on Friday, January 15, 2021

Absolutely excellent! How we miss you, TP.
Imaginative, witty and full of fun and wisdom. Just loved it!

Released 8 mos ago (1/11/2022 UTC) at End of the Road Street Library in Balingup, Western Australia Australia

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It's a fun read . . . so enjoy!


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