|William the Rebel (1933) [Novel]|
by Richmal Crompton
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(From the publisher):
"What I think's so awful," said William, "is that I've lived all these years and not done
anything. I bet I'd've been famous by now if I had't had to waste all my time in school."
In the pursuit of fame, he 'rescues' Mr Bott from a house of torture, emerges, straw-covered, from a kennel in the middle of Miss Hathaway's sister's birthday party, and uses a dead fish to win the heart of a lady.
According to Robert, however, William is already quite famous enough - for trouble!
Original title: William the Rebel
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Adventure