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The House at World’s End

The Fielding children have to go and stay with their Uncle Rudolph and Aunt Valentina as their father is sailing round the world and their mother has been hurt in an accident.

Publishing history
Heinemann 1970, illus Peter Charles
Doubleday, New York, 1971, 186 pp.
Pan, pb 1972
Reprinted in one vol with Summer at World’s End as World’s End
by the Children’s Book Club, 1976
Mammoth, pb 1993

The Fielding children have to go and stay with their Uncle Rudolph and Aunt Valentina as their father is sailing round the world and their mother has been hurt in an accident. The children and their relatives clash endlessly, and at last Uncle Rudolph allows them to live in a tumbledown old inn he owns: World’s End.

The World’s End series
The House at World’s End
Summer at World’s End
World’s End in Winter
Spring at World’s End

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Monica Dickens