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printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English Access restricted item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS D Mark II City Harmondsworth Donor internetarchivebookdrive Nicobobinus Jones Terry Foreman Michael Nicobobinus a small boy in a Monty Pythonesue Venice is capable of doing anything or so his best friend Rosie thinks Their adventures begin when Rosie decides to look for the Land of Dragons Before they've even left Venice Nico has had both feet and one hand turned into gold; then he is captured by pirates who want to cut off his golden limbs Rosie rescues him but peculiar Nicobobinus Puffin books couk Terry Nicobobinus is about a boy that can do anything and is taken on a journey through adventure and excitement Nicobobinus will capture your imagination like no other book once you start to read this book you will not be able to put it down and you will read it over and over again read people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuse drseb out of stars Fantastic Nicobobinus Abebooks Nicobobinus BBC One London March Nicobobinus BBC One London March Synopsis Edit Submit Cancel We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it by TERRY JONES Nicobobinus Home | Facebook Nicobobinus likes The greatest children's book of all time Nicobobinus Nicobobinus Menu Home; 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  • Paperback
  • 175 pages
  • Nicobobinus
  • Terry Jones
  • English
  • 15 February 2016
  • 9783596801800

About the Author: Terry Jones

Terence Graham Parry Jones was a Welsh comedian screenwriter and actor film director children's author popular historian political commentator and TV documentary host He is best known as a member of the Monty Python comedy team.



10 thoughts on “Nicobobinus

  1. Louisa Clarke Louisa Clarke says:

    My uncle left this book for me when I was about 6 I remember it as being HUGE a hefty hardcover and I felt so grown up just holding it in my hands It is the first book that I remember falling into where I'd be so wrapped up in the story that when I finally managed to pull myself out of the fantasy my neck hurt from bending over the pages and hours had passed So fun I need to find my copy and reread it It's been years

  2. Alex Barron Alex Barron says:

    This might have been my favorite book during years nine through eleven of my life It seems never to have developed anything than a tiny cult following but I still remember it fondly Nico's journey to the abbey onto the ghost ship and to the land of dragons are all permanently embedded in my memory

  3. Jack Fallen Jack Fallen says:

    Haven't read since I was young but remember loving it Surreal adventure

  4. Srinivas Gowda Srinivas Gowda says:

    Nice to read

  5. Ceridwyn Ceridwyn says:

    Michael Foreman's illustrations were fantastic as always They were colorful accurate alive with expression and detail The story was nonstop action and adventure which became a bit tedious to me There were many imaginative twists that I expect from Terry Jones but I didn't care too much about the characters

  6. Kate Kate says:

    This book features some mean ass monks and other upsetting characters and themes Terry Jones is brilliant but this book is a bit hard core for kiddos

  7. Rich Baldry Rich Baldry says:

    Terry Jones's books for children are great fun stories that really stimulate the imagination As you would expect from one of the Monty Python team his stories have settings that appear on the surface to be classical and traditional in this case medieval Venice but they take that start point and then just riff away in a manner that manages to be surreal while remaining grounded in real storytellingNicobobinus is no exception Egged on and supported by his friend Rosie he goes through a series of Odysseian adventures with a steely determination and a light heart Faced with danger cruelty and tests of endurance they learn about the world and about each other They also encounter some very silly creatures and some even sillier people

  8. David McGrogan David McGrogan says:

    I remember loving this as a child but on re reading it feels almost like Jones was making the story up as he went along A shaggy dog story basically with some charming and intriguing moments but of no particular interest to an adult reader

  9. Hafsa Qadeer Hafsa Qadeer says:

    Cool read it it in my school and still remember it should read

  10. Carly Carly says:

    So this book was recommended to me by someone whose judgment I usually prize uite highly but obviously that was a huge mistake Actually I think this person is just trying to expand my tastes but little does he know that I'm already pigeonholed into uite a narrow window Oh well It's noble to tryAnyway I had the hardest time following what was going on in this book I'm sure some people would find it hysterical as it's written much in the style of Terry Pratchett and Philip Ardagh the former being another author whose work I have trouble following and the latter being an author whose writing is just jumpy enough for me to wrap my head around but I thought it was boring Well until the last fifth of the book at which time it got way interesting Unfortunately the interesting part Nicobobinus and Rosie going into the boiler room and the few chapters afterward was short lived and not nearly interesting enough to make up for the rest of the book I also couldn't bring myself to care much for either Rosie or Nicobobinus I also hate the format of jumping from adventure to adventure without building layer upon layer of development toward the ultimate adventure and climax I guess you could argue that there was some buildup in this book but it seemed so scattered to me For example this Doctor Sebastian dude is mentioned once on a ship when he's thrown overboard and then he isn't mentioned again until about 50 pages later but the author expects you to remember him anyway even though it's only a 175 page book Whatever Terry Jones I can't be bothered to remember the name of some weird doctor who comes and goes as he pleases when you've stuck in about 238497 other one off characters in the book and none of them is even two dimensional or in any way memorable NO THANKS

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