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Viking at School Paperback – Illustrated, 24 Sep 1998
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About the Author
Jeremy Strong has been writing for children for many years and, until recently, combined this with being a primary school headmaster. He has a rapidly growing reputation as a writer and he won the 1997 Children's Book Award for THE HUNDRED MILE-AN-HOUR DOG. Jeremy lives in Wrotham, Kent.
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So a good fun story for young and old alike to enjoy. Black and white drawings by John Levers break up text nicely and offer a fun distraction. Four stars out of five from me with the recommendation that if you have ever thought about entertaining a Viking - be it at home or school - you really should read this first so you know what you are letting yourself in for.
Jeremy Strong is a well-known and very well-liked children's author. He enjoys writing stories although he sometimes has some bad days but most of the time he has good days. The author has won many awards for many books including the 2002 Nottingham Experion Big 3 Book Award (for My Mum's Going to Explode), the 1998 short novel award at the Sheffield (for Pirate Pandemonium), and the very first 2006 Manchester Book Award (for Stuff).
I hope to read other books in this super series of books about this one troublesome 10th Century Viking (and his wife) as they struggle to live normal lives. I would rate this book 9/ 10 and would recommend it to children who like funny adventure stories.
I read this to our boys and using Siggys Viking english (coats = goats, sheets = sheep etc. ) the description some of the situations and names are hilarious. We were all in fits when I had to read (make the sound) of a large piggy being assaulted by nosepicker (Sigurds [broad]sword).
All in all a very good read.