THE LONG LOST SECRET DIARY OF...
hese hilarious fictional diaries put us inside the heads of hapless figures from history struggling to carry out their roles and getting things horribly wrong. Whether it’s a nervous knight afraid to embark on a quest or a bumbling pirate-in-training, these accessible, irreverent and educational stories will keep young readers laughing as they learn not to fear making mistakes. Get Real fact boxes provide information and context about the periods where the stories take place. Tim Collins/ Isobel Lundie
• 198 x 129 mm • 208pp • Reading age 7+ • Forthcoming: Engineer
‘Although easy to read, the vocabulary is great and the plot lines engaging – excellent reads for developing readers.’ Library Girl and Book Boy blog
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• 198x 129 mm • 128pp • Reading age 9+
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vil Eye is a skin-tingling and spooky new fiction series from acclaimed writer Alex Woolf, filled with suspense, drama and scares that will entertain and thoroughly creep out young readers! In Book One, Marianne’s father has disappeared while researching an alleged haunting at Cragstone Castle in Scotland. Marianne decides to investigate. Reluctantly she accepts the help of Koby, whose mother vanished at the same time. In Book Two, their search for their missing parents leads Marianne and Koby to ‘Blood Beach’ in Cornwall, scene of a notorious slaughter in 1863 when the crew of a shipwreck were set upon by cannibals living in the caves. After enduring a terrifying encounter in the caves, Marianne and Koby learn of a sailor who survived the massacre and they follow his trail to London.
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