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Up Our Street


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Alistair Grittle and the Library Monsters by MARILYN SADLER and ROGER BOLLEN Alistair Grittle 's a remarkable boy. He's neat, tidy and loves books, so he works at the library during his holidays. But one day he's faced with a problem - three big problems, in fact - all looking for monster books.
How will Alistair cope? Come Up Our Street to see what happens to him - and to the library!


Unknown: Alistair Grittle
Unknown: Marilyn Sadler
Unknown: Roger Bollen
Unknown: Alistair Grittle
Music: Jonathan Cohen
Producer: Greg Childs
Producer: Cynthia Felgate
Library customer/Neville: Simon Davies
Pirate/Greville: Brian Jameson
Miss Dowdy/Monte: Joanna Monro
Alistair: Stephen Wrentmore
Young Alistair: Timothy Sutton
Fierce girl: Lucy Speed

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