Wydawca: Mark Williams Kategoria: Dla dzieci i młodzieży Język: angielski Rok wydania: 2016

Sherlock Holmes re-told for children: The Red-Headed League ebook

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Opis ebooka Sherlock Holmes re-told for children: The Red-Headed League - Mark Williams

How old were you when you discovered Sherlock? As part of the Classics For Kids series international best-selling author Mark Williams is proud to present this Sherlock Holmes short story adaptations: The Red-Headed League. Come join Holmes and Watson as they solve the mystery of the Red-Headed League in a child-friendly, twenty-first century English and with the seamier side of Victorian life left out. Ideal for children of all ages to get started with the world's most famous detective.

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Classics For Kids

Sherlock For Kids

The Red-Headed League

adapted for children from

the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle original

by

Mark Williams

© 2015 Mark Williams

Published by Odyssey.

ISBN: 978-1-908961-85-3

1.

I had been strolling through Regent’s Park one October morning, enjoying the blustery wind. The trees were wearing their autumn colours – red, brown, yellow and orange, and all shades in between. Fallen leaves were being kicked about by happy children.

I was reminded of the colours of the leaves when I arrived at 221b Baker Street and found my dear friend Sherlock Holmes talking with a man who himself could best described as autumnal.

He had flaming red hair and a florid face that, with his brown suit and shoes, made him look almost like the trees I had just left behind in Regent’s park.

“I’m sorry, Holmes. I didn’t realize you were busy,” I said. “I’ll call back shortly.”

“No, no,” said Holmes. “Do come in, Watson. I would like you to meet Mr. Jabez Wilson, who has come to me with a most bizarre mystery.”

“This sounds interesting,” I said.

“Indeed,” agreed Holmes. He turned to his guest. “Mr. Wilson, would you begin again and explain to my dear friend Dr. Watson the events that bring you here today. I will benefit from hearing the story again myself, for it is quite remarkable.”

At that moment Mrs. Hudson appeared in the doorway with a covered tray. She placed the tray on the table and removed the cloth to reveal a pot of tea, milk and sugar, and three cups and saucers.

“I heard the Doctor arrive, Mr. Holmes,” she said, “and I knew he would welcome a fresh pot of tea. And I knew your other guest had not yet left, so I took the liberty of adding a cup for him.”

“Splendid, Mrs. Hudson!” Holmes declared. “You must be a mind-reader, for I was about to ring the bell and ask you to bring us a pot! Mr. Wilson, do help yourself to tea, and then take a seat and tell me again this remarkable story.”

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