James and the giant peach: a children's story

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Bantam, 1978 - Aunts - 154 pages
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The story of a young boy's adventures as he travels across the Atlantic Ocean inside a giant peach in the company of giant insects.

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James Trotter becomes an orphan when his loving parents die a tragic death. He is forced to live with his mean, abusive aunts, Spiker and Sponge. They keep him isolated from other children. His life ... Read full review

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James use to live happly with his parents until they were aten by a rino. then he had to move in with his mean old ants. His aunts get to sit back and relax while he has to do all the work. his ants ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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