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Pobby and Dingan Paperback – April 8, 2003
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If you are human, you will be seduced by the fairytale qualities of the narrative, and charmed by the endearing storyline. It is easy to allow all this to hypnotically wash over you, but in doing so you might come away with the impression that this is a kids' book. Far from it! On the surface this might appear to be the case, but dig a little deeper, and you will reveal what is actually a serious piece of literature that explores in many fascinating ways the theme of absence.Read more ›
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A wonderful story, beautifully written and hard to forget.Published 1 month ago by joyce mandeville
Extremely charming book that made think hard about what is real and what is not.Published 5 months ago by Susan Winskill
Pobby and Dingan by Ben Rice is an enchanting tale that reminds all of us what it is like to be a child, so absolutley devoted to our imaginations. Read morePublished 6 months ago by sierrahope123
I Really liked this book. A very enjoyable and fast read. A great little story with a lot of heart.Published 20 months ago by Dee9 H
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Two pleasant enough short stories of around 90 and 50 pages... Read more
Full of themes we all will eventually encounter in life, full of incredible and magical dreams, including the logic that keeps us from dreaming.Published 22 months ago by C. Everett
I picked up Pobby and Dingan having no idea what the book was about but having seen it on an earlier year's NY Times Notable Books list. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joseph Landes
Another reviewer suggested that this book was about mental illness. That is hardly the case. There were two separate times in the story that suggested Pobby and Dingan were real. Read morePublished on February 1, 2014 by Paul Wetor