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The Third Class Genie [Ebook] ➡ The Third Class Genie By Robert Leeson – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Alec s world changes when he meets Abu the genie Disasters were leading two nil on Alec s disaster triumph scorecard when he slipped into the vacant factory lot, with Ginger Wallace hot on his heels, Alec s world changes when he meets Abu the genie Disasters were leading two nil on Alec s disaster triumph scorecard when he slipped into the vacant factory lot, with Ginger Wallace hot on his heels, ready to destroy him There The Third ePUB ´ was a catastrophe awaiting him at home too, and of course school was yet another disaster areaBut his luck seemed to be changing when he discovered a sealed beer can that was obviously empty Stranger still, when he held it up to his ear, he could hear a faint snoring.

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • The Third Class Genie
  • Robert Leeson
  • English
  • 01 January 2019
  • 0006716334

About the Author: Robert Leeson

Librarian Note There isthan one author by this name in the Goodreads databaseBorn in Cheshire in , Robert Leeson was a journalist for forty years, interrupted by army service in Egypt He began to write for children in the s and The Third ePUB ´ has had over books published In he received the Eleanor Farjeon Award for services to children s literatureAlso published as RA Leeson.



10 thoughts on “The Third Class Genie

  1. Alison Alison says:

    A wonderful, fun intrusion fantasy, that asks the question what would happen if an ordinary schoolboy living in an industrial working class suburb of Manchester in the 1970s found a beer can with a genie living in it Of course, Abu s lack of understanding of the 20th century leads to trouble, but is also a catalyst for furthering examination of contemporary attitudes to race, power, politics and housing.

  2. Atikah Wahid Atikah Wahid says:

    I remember reading this as a kid but I can t recall the story beyond the boy finding a genie in a beer can I remember the book was quite confusing because it uses British words that I wasn t familiar with, like trainers For the longest time, I didn t know what trainers were so I assumed they were socks Mind you, this was before Google existed.

  3. Sebas Sebas says:

    I read this book a long time ago It is about a normal boy who us bullied and has some problems of that type On e day he finds a genie in a can the third class genie This story tells what happens next.As I said, I read it some time ago, but I remember I enjoyed this book, It was something different.I recommend it, so enjoy

  4. Nikobit Nikobit says:

    OMG that was really long time back My first book to cause a beer addiction I ve been looking for a genie ever since No luck so far Wonderfull reading though All those eastern and racial stuff is boiling in today s life Author had a vision.

  5. Terry Clague Terry Clague says:

    I loved this book at primary school and I loved it again probably thanks to the memories it brought back I didn t notice the racial aspect of the book when I was 9 and I certainly didn t realize back then that the book was written in 1974.

  6. S S says:

    Really enjoyed it.

  7. Reena Reena says:

    There s nothing really magical to give it modern classic status.

  8. Shazarah Shazarah says:

    I thought it a bit incomplete although it was a bit interesting.I didnt hate but didnt love all that much either

  9. Sarah Yasmin Sarah Yasmin says:

    Interesting

  10. Gloria Simatupang Gloria Simatupang says:

    Saya gak paham isi ceritanya, aneh gitu, trus gak dilanjutin sampai selesai ngebacanya.

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