The Dribblesome Teapots And Other Incredible Stories

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  • Title: The Dribblesome Teapots And Other Incredible Stories
  • Author: Norman Hunter
  • ISBN: 9780140304909
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Norman Hunter

      CareerHunter wrote popular books on writing for advertising, brain teasers and conjuring among many others His career started as an advertising copywriter and in the 1930s he was performing as a stage magician in Bournemouth.It was at this time he started to write the Professor Branestawm series, originally intended for radio The books were published in hardback, with the first illustrated by W Heath Robinson Other illustrators were to follow, including James Arnold, George Worsley Adamson, Gerald Rose, David Hughes, Jill McDonald and Derek Cousins In the 1960s the books were reprinted in Puffin Books, the Penguin children s imprint.Hunter returned to London during the Second World War, living on a boat on the Thames Post war, in 1949 he went to work in South Africa and the fiction writing ceased On his retirement in 1970, he once again returned to London, where Thames Television had just produced the Professor Branestawm eight part TV series He continued writing in his retirement, with his last book published in 1983.Works Incomplete Simplified Conjuring for All a collection of new tricks needing no special skill or apparatus for their performance with suitable patter, C Arthur Pearson 1923 Advertising Through the Press a guide to press publicity, Sir I Pitman Sons 1925 New and Easy Magic a further series of novel magical experiments needing no special skill or apparatus for their performance with suitable patter, C Arthur Pearson 1925 The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm, John Lane 1933 New conjuring Without Skill, Bodley Head 1935 Professor Branestawm s Treasure Hunt, John Lane 1937 Larky Legends 1938 , republished as The Dribblesome Teapots and Other Incredible Stories 1973 Successful Conjuring for Amateurs, Pearson c.1951 The Puffin Book of Magic 1968 , republished as Norman Hunter s Book of Magic, Bodley Head 1974 The Peculiar Triumph of Professor Branestawm, Bodley Head 1970 The Dribblesome Teapots and Other Incredible Stories 1971 Professor Branestawm Up the Pole, Bodley Head 1972 Professor Branestawm s Dictionary, Bodley Head 1973 The Frantic Phantom and Other Incredible Stories 1973 Professor Branestawm s Great Revolution, Bodley Head 1974 The Home made Dragon and Other Incredible Stories 1974 Dust up at the Royal Disco and Other Stories 1975 Professor Branestawm s Do It Yourself Handbook, Bodley Head 1974 Long Live Their Majesties 1975 Professor Branestawm Round the Bend, Bodley Head 1977 Professor Branestawm s Compendium of Donundrums, Riddles, Puzzles, Brain Twiddlers and Dotty Descriptions, Bodley Head 1975 Vanishing Ladies, and Other Magic, Bodley Head 1978 Professor Branestawm s Perilous Pudding, Bodley Head 1979 The Best of Branestawm, Bodley Head 1980 Sneeze and Be Slain and Other Incredible Stories 1980 Professor Branestawm and the Wild Letters, Bodley Head 1981 Professor Branestawm s Pocket Motor Car, Bodley Head 1981 Professor Branestawm s Mouse War, Bodley Head 1982 Professor Branestawm s Building Bust Up, Bodley Head 1982 Count Bakwerdz on the Carpet and Other Incredible Stories 1982 Professor Branestawm s Crunchy Crockery, Bodley Head 1983 Professor Branestawm s Hair Raising Idea, Bodley Head 1983


    1. One of my favourite books as a kid was The Homemade Dragon, which is a series of bizarre fairy tales about the clueless denizens of Incrediblania. Although I went on to read and like Branestawm, I loved the potty royals first and foremost, and assumed it had been a one off.So imagine my surprise when, aged 28, I discovered this. I can only assume it came first, as Incrediblania makes a cameo, albeit spelt differently and with a different King and Queen. Though uncomfortably racist in parts (you [...]

    2. I remembered this book earlier when I finished reading The Light Princess by George Macdonald. This is a children's book for older children and it's just really silly. For example the title story is about a queen whose teapot leaks and she offers half the kingdom for one that doesn't, which is obviously a disaster, so the court wizard makes them all leak, etc. I am not sure about this version but the one I had contained some nice drawings of the characters. This was a book I read quite a few tim [...]

    3. Branestawm-esque slapstick and verbal gymnastics, but this time the stories tightly focused variations on a theme: the king and the queen and the primeminister. Occasionally there is a magician, or a dragon but mostly there are other visiting monarchs. This book not only provided sound guidance for our own Royal Family, but must have kept my generation from Republicanism too. Sir Norman Hunter?

    4. I remembered The Dribblesome Teapots from childhood, which is the first story, in this collection of ten short stories for children. It was published in 1969, but originated from stories published in 1938. As a result, the language is very formal old English and the stories are rather over exaggerated and pantomime like, but highly entertaining. All relate to royalty & kingdoms and the bizarre challenges one has as a queen or queen!!! A lovely step back in time.

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