Grimble

Grimble is a children's book by Clement Freud, published by Collins in 1968. A sequel, Grimble at Christmas was published some years later. The book was illustrated by Frank Francis. In the 1970s, the two titles were published in a compendium volume by Puffin Books, with drawings by Quentin Blake. Grimble at Christmas has been reissued by Cape for Christmas 2008. Grimble is also the name of a fictitious town in Northern England, which appears in two stories of the Rumpole series by John Mortimer: Rumpole and the Show Folk and The Return of Rumpole.

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