Weird Street - Back on Weird Street

Paperback

Three more sharp, unnerving tales told with all of Anne Fine’s trademark eye for drama and suspense. Perfect to thrill and chill.

Asim, Laila and Tom like nothing more than spooking each other out with tales of the unexpected. This summer they're back with three more stories to chill you to the bone. Can your dreams really grant you fortunes and riches? What lurks in the shadows of Number 17? And is Grandma's house really haunted, or is it all just a fun imaginary game? Get ready to head back to Weir(d) Street. It's time for more tales of terror and woe…Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-788-9

Publication Date

08-06-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Three more sharp, unnerving tales told with all of Anne Fine’s trademark eye for drama and suspense. Perfect to thrill and chill.

Asim, Laila and Tom like nothing more than spooking each other out with tales of the unexpected. This summer they're back with three more stories to chill you to the bone. Can your dreams really grant you fortunes and riches? What lurks in the shadows of Number 17? And is Grandma's house really haunted, or is it all just a fun imaginary game? Get ready to head back to Weir(d) Street. It's time for more tales of terror and woe…Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

Author

Anne Fine, Illustrated by Vicki Gausden

An acclaimed and award-winning author of books for both adults and children, Anne Fine was the second Waterstones Children’s Laureate holding the post from 2001 to 2003. Fine began writing in the 1970’s and since then has written more than seventy books for children of all ages as well as novels for adults. Amongst her best-known works are Goggle-Eyes, which won both the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize and the coveted Carnegie Medal, Flour Babies, which also won the Carnegie, Madame Doubtfire, later adapted into the hit children’s film Mrs Doubtfire, and Bill’s New Frock. In 2003 Anne Fine was inducted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and was awarded an OBE.