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by Edward Ardizzone

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ISBN: 1845075757
Author: Edward Ardizzone
Language: English
Publisher: Lincoln Children's Books (July 28, 2008)
Pages: 48
Category: Action & Adventure
Subcategory: Kids
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 459
Size Fb2: 1645 kb
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Tim and Ginger's last voyage together turns into one of their most exciting adventures ever! . Edward Ardizzone was the eldest of five children

Tim and Ginger's last voyage together turns into one of their most exciting adventures ever! . Edward Ardizzone was the eldest of five children. In 1905 his family moved to Ipswich, where he learnt to know and love the little coastal steamers that he was to draw so often in the Little Tim books. Illustrator of more than 170 much-loved children's books, Edward Ardizzone was awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal in 1956 and the CBE in 1971.

The Little Tim books are the first books I remember reading. Tim is a brave little boy who loves the sea, and gets into adventures. I remember going to the library as a small child in England, and sitting on my favourite red chair in the children's section and reading and rereading the whole series, and then taking one or two home with me to read again. And it was just as good as I remembered. They are wonderful, timeless stories (my mother also read them as a little girl), but what makes them so special are Edward Ardizzone's illustrations.

Tim's Last Voyage (Picturemacs). In 1905 his family moved to Ipswich, where he learnt to know and love the little coastal steamers that he was to draw so often in the Little Tim books

Tim's Last Voyage (Picturemacs).

Tim's Last Voyage book. I love both his illustrations and Tim's adventures. They are like Tintin books for a younger audience.

Edward Little is a character in AMC's The Terror.

by. Ardizzone, Edward, 1900-1979. Books for People with Print Disabilities. 47 unnumbered pages : 27 cm. Tim and Ginger run into trouble when they sail as deck hands on the Arabella. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station14. cebu on October 25, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Tim's Last Voyage (1972). The Old Ballard of the Babes in the Wood (1972). Edward Ardizzone at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Works by Ardizzone in the Imperial War Museum collection. Diary of a War Artist (1974). Edward Ardizzone, 'The Born Illustrator', in Motif; 1 (1958 November), pp. 37–44 (reprinted in Folio (1962 January–March), pp. 1–16). Richard Knott, 'The Sketchbook War', The History Press, 2013.

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When Tim and Ginger sign up for a three-day voyage on the Arabella, they don't expect to be fighting for their lives. Tim and Ginger's last voyage together turns into one of their most exciting adventures ever!

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Those who have followed Little Tim in his adventures will see a fitting, if sad, adieu bid to the original 'free-range' child, Little Tim. His curiosity hasn't been sated over the years of sailing the bounding mane, and in this title he remains, as ever, eager to set forth for adventure. We come upon Tim and his friends Ginger and Charlotte who have wandered the quayside to pick up odd deck work aboard a steamer, the Arabella. As they only have three days' vacation, it is up to Charlotte (no stranger to the shipboard herself) to inform Tim's parents of his latest, unauthorised, adventure.

Read these books for the pure love of story--it is not didactic, it is not moralistic. It is in the old sense, a yarn, a pure, wonderful, escapist adventure. My 3 and 5 year old boys love the stories, and it helps, of course, if you dial in a little Hollywood melodrama in the reading.

Ardizzone has an Englishman's proper love of the tramp steamer, and an ear for salty turns of phrase which will impress both the lubber dreaming of the sea and seasoned sailors alike. Although the odd yacht has made a marquee appearance, it is the broken-down workmanlike vessels that figure prominently here. The stories are ones of simple love and obsession: Little Tim simply a boy who yearns to go to sea, and always finds a way to do so. His coterie--Charlotte, the old Boatman on the shingle beach, Ginger, Towser, and always a venerable sea captain--appear in almost every book. The adventures are simple, and involve shipboard routines, peril, and always rescue, frequently involving the noble volunteers of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute.

In this last story, trouble rears its head, as it always does, and the steamer changes course to meet a gale head-on. Tim's latest adventure is seasoned by loving portraits of shipboard life and crew that sailors and bounders alike will recognize: Joey Adze, the ship's carpenter, Gino, the cook, and even the cowardly bos'n ("He's a Tartar," warns the Chief Mate) who works his crew tirelessly. In the worst of it, the Arabella loses power before the gale and runs aground in the clutches of foaming breakers which could dash her to bits. Worse, the captain can't shoot the sun and so fix his position. As the orders are given to abandon ship, they must rely on guess and God that they'll see the shore again. What else worse could happen? It wouldn't be right to give away the story, but the end is altogether fitting. This is the best way for a story to end, and in itself, a reminder that the best stories MUST end in order to be the best.
Agalen
Tim and his friend Ginger (a boy) get a job working
on a boat,later the boat ends up in a storm and oh,are they
in trouble !
This book defies belief ( hiring young boys) but,hey,it's a
kid's book so let's dream...There are pretty water color
illustrations here and I think this is for children 8 to 10
years old. 44 pages.

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