Book Reviews of Pobby and Dingan

Pobby and Dingan
Pobby and Dingan
Author: Ben Rice
ISBN-13: 9780375411274
ISBN-10: 0375411275
Publication Date: 9/26/2000
Pages: 112
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Knopf
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 2
My favorite book in the world. Tender, beautiful, brilliantly written. I already own four copies or I would request this one.
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Helpful Score: 2
This short (only 90 pages) novella is a sweet story about the power of believing in things you can't see. A quick read and a touching one; don't miss it.
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Helpful Score: 1
I enjoyed this little book - it's funny and poignant and reminded me a lot of Roddy Doyle's work (especially Paddy Clark Ha Ha Ha).
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Helpful Score: 1
Short, sweet, and sad -- those are my biggest impressions here. This is very unusual story, or at least it was for me. I wasn't sure what to expect when I started it, but this was very well done. It's hard to think of things to say that won't give too much away! But I really loved the overall message.
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Helpful Score: 1
Kind of a peculiar book, but touching in its message. A little girl's best friends go missing and this breaks the little girl's heart. It takes the faith of others to bring them and her smile back. A bittersweet story that is short enough to read in one sitting, but memorable beyond the last page.
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Adorable book about two Australian kids who run away, and their imagination.
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Sweet and sad novella. The author does an excellent job conveying a sense of time and place through the narration of Ashmol, the young son of Australian opal miners.
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Though some translations may be hard to understand at first, the reader gets used to the dialect. A touching story by a big brother about his younger sister and her "imaginary" friends who are in trouble. His sister's health is in his hands as he must find it in himself to believe.
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First of all this is an adult story, not a childrens book.It was way more than i thought it would be. Great read. Not really a simple story like it appears, but one that you won't forget. Still flashes in my mind on and off and i doubt i will ever forget this book. Children are a touching subject and i fell in love with these two. I think you will also. Excellent author, my first time reading his work.
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Cute short story!