The land of Green Ginger
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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Originally published as The tale of the land of Green Ginger.

Statementillustrated by Edward Ardizzone.
SeriesPuffin books
The Physical Object
Pagination189p.,ill.,19cm
Number of Pages189
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19614760M

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This is a beautiful book, which I'm afraid will get lost in the exorcism of European presence in South Africa. As terrible as Apartheid is and was, a few individual stories should not get lost in the shuffle: among them are The Story of an African Farm, The Flame Trees of Thika, and The Land of Green Ginger/5(21). This beloved classic is a funny, clever, and original novel that opens with Aladdin - now Emperor of China - trying to decide what to name his son, a child who won't stop talking and is already far too articulate for his own good. The Genie of the Lamp announces that Abu Ali should be the child's name and that his destiny is to rescue the magician who created the Land of Green Ginger - a sort. The Land Of Green Ginger is one of those rare books which instantly tells you heaps about people. For me, when I find out someone I just met has read it and loved it, I know we share a core world view, and will be friends. Never fails. This book is a jewel, a real gem/5(61).   Land of Green Ginger was delivered and produced by Hull , the company which delivered the UK City of Culture programme and now continues as permanent organisation Absolutely Cultured.

  His novel ‘The Tale of the Land of Green Ginger’ (the title was shortened in later reprints) tells the story of Abu Ali, son of Aladdin, who by now is the Emperor of China, and how adventure, villains, magic and true love runs in the family. The book was so well received at the time that it was one of the factors that led to Langley working. The Land of Green Ginger book was printed as a special limited edition. Each household in Hull has received one copy of the book. Books have also been delivered to schools and libraries across the city. Additional copies of the book are not available. 4. Where can I buy a Land of Green Ginger Book? The Land of Green Ginger book was printed as a. The book retells the stories of the Land of Green Ginger project and how the magic of the Acts of Wanton Wonder touched the lives of the people who encountered them. The book is being delivered to residents and schools across the city as a record of the project that took place and as a keepsake for the people whose lives were touched by the. Land of Green Ginger was delivered and produced by Hull , the company which delivered the UK City of Culture programme and now continues as Absolutely Cultured. Relive the live project on YouTube. For more information about the delivery of the Land of Green Ginger book.

  The book was co-written by local writer Christina Lewis, who played a fundamental part in developing the Land of Green Ginger story, and Katy Fuller, the executive producer of the Land of Green.   When Prince Abu Ali, son of Aladdin, is born his destiny has already been foretold: he is the one who has been chosen to break the spell of the mysterious Land of Green Ginger. His quest brings him into contact with flying carpets, button-nosed tortoises, magic phoenix birds - and two very villainous princes. The Land of Green Ginger, Arthur Barker, A book for children, concerning Abu Ali, the son of Aladdin. The Land of Green Ginger was rewritten for a new edition in and again in about In , New York radio station WBAI recorded and broadcast Langley reading this : 25 December , Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South .   BOOK REVIEW: LAND OF GREEN GINGER by Winifred Holtby LAND OF GREEN GINGER is one of those books that I have been meaning to read for over thirty years but have never got round to. Winifred Holtby came to my attention when I read A Testament Of Youth by her best friend, Vera Brittain, in the late 70’s.