History Literature / AlfieAtkins

16th Jan '16 7:48:55 AM Divra
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The plot of ''Is That A Monster, Alfie Atkins?''. Alfie loses his new soccer ball during a ballgame and blames a younger kid who's acting as ball boy for not finding it. Alfie ends up hitting him, and is wracked with guilt, which ends up manifesting as a fear about a monster under his bed.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The plot of ''Is That A Monster, Alfie Atkins?''. Alfie loses his new soccer ball during a ballgame and blames a younger kid who's acting as ball boy for not finding it. Alfie ends up hitting him, and is wracked with guilt, which ends up manifesting as a fear about a monster under his bed.bed.
* StandardFiftiesFather: Alfie's dad is suitably tie-and-cardigan-wearing, pipe-smoking and sage-advice-dispensing.
26th May '15 4:47:14 AM SilentStranger
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'''Alfie Atkins''' is a series of children's books, written and illustrated by Swedish author Gunilla Bergström. Alfie is an ordinary kid of five or six years, who lives with his father in an apartment. He goes to kindergarten, plays with friends, does not want to go to bed, and other ultra-common stuff for a boy his age.

Not to be confused with the film ''Film/{{Alfie}}'' or the remake.

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'''Alfie Atkins''' (Alfons Åberg in the original Swedish) is a series of children's books, written and illustrated by Swedish author Gunilla Bergström. Alfie is an ordinary kid of five or six years, who lives with his father in an apartment. apartment complex somewhere in Sweden. He goes to kindergarten, plays with friends, does not want to go to bed, and other ultra-common stuff for a boy his age.

everyday life things young children deal with.

Not to be confused with the film ''Film/{{Alfie}}'' or the remake.remake.
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* BedsheetGhost: Literally, in ''Who's Scaring Alfie Atkins?'', Alfie has been freaking himself out the whole book due to his fear of the dark, and he sees what he thinks are ghosts on the balcony, which later turn out to be bedsheets hanging out to dry.
* ImaginaryFriend: Mållgan
* MissingMom: Alfie's mother is completely absent from the books, and is neither mentioned nor are there any pictures of her in the apartment.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: The plot of ''Is That A Monster, Alfie Atkins?''. Alfie loses his new soccer ball during a ballgame and blames a younger kid who's acting as ball boy for not finding it. Alfie ends up hitting him, and is wracked with guilt, which ends up manifesting as a fear about a monster under his bed.
17th Oct '13 7:01:42 PM Vasha
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AlfieAtkins is a series of childrens' books, written and illustrated by Swedish author Gunilla Bergstr? Alfie is an ordinary kid of five or six years, who lives with his father in an apartment. He goes to kindergarten, plays with friends, does not want to go to bed, and other ultra-common stuff for a boy his age.

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AlfieAtkins '''Alfie Atkins''' is a series of childrens' children's books, written and illustrated by Swedish author Gunilla Bergstr? Bergström. Alfie is an ordinary kid of five or six years, who lives with his father in an apartment. He goes to kindergarten, plays with friends, does not want to go to bed, and other ultra-common stuff for a boy his age.
19th May '13 9:29:16 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the film ''{{Alfie}}'' or the remake.

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Not to be confused with the film ''{{Alfie}}'' ''Film/{{Alfie}}'' or the remake.
17th Apr '12 5:44:11 PM MSPachina
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AlfieAtkins is a series of childrens' books, written and illustrated by Swedish author Gunilla Bergstr? Alfie is an ordinary kid of five or six years, who lives with his father in an apartment. He goes to kindergarten, plays with friends, does not want to go to bed, and other ultra-common stuff for a boy his age.

Not to be confused with the film ''{{Alfie}}'' or the remake.
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