The Crooked Oak Mysteries - The Beast of Harwood Forest

Paperback

A school camping trip takes a turn for the sinister in this page-turning thriller for fans of mysteries and the supernatural.

 

What’s hiding in Harwood Forest?

When Pete, Nancy and Krish arrive at Heathland Camp for a school trip, they’re in for an adventure – just not the kind they were expecting.

Nearby sits the abandoned Harwood Institute. The crumbling buildings are out of bounds but strange screams come from the surrounding forest at night. Mystery shrouds the events that took place at the institute during the war, so Pete and his friends make it their mission to find out the truth. But the forest is hiding a sinister secret, and the trio could be in real danger …

Are some mysteries best left undisturbed?

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-987-6

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

06-05-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

120 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Dan Smith, Illustrated by Chris King

Dan Smith is the award-winning and bestselling author of books for both children and adults. His children’s titles, which include My Friend the Enemy and Boy X, have won him numerous accolades including the Coventry Inspiration Book Award, the Essex Book Award, and nominations for the Branford Boase Award and the Young Quills Award. Dan lives in Newcastle with his family.||Chris King is an illustrator whose early career was influenced by comic art. Chris studied Media Production at the University of Northumbria, specialising in Animation and Character design. Best known for his innovative use of colour and line weight, Chris has been commissioned worldwide by leading publishers, media outlets and consumer brands such as Oxford University Press, Variety, Dorling Kindersley, The Guardian Guide and more.

Product Description

A school camping trip takes a turn for the sinister in this page-turning thriller for fans of mysteries and the supernatural.

 

What’s hiding in Harwood Forest?

When Pete, Nancy and Krish arrive at Heathland Camp for a school trip, they’re in for an adventure – just not the kind they were expecting.

Nearby sits the abandoned Harwood Institute. The crumbling buildings are out of bounds but strange screams come from the surrounding forest at night. Mystery shrouds the events that took place at the institute during the war, so Pete and his friends make it their mission to find out the truth. But the forest is hiding a sinister secret, and the trio could be in real danger …

Are some mysteries best left undisturbed?

ISBN

978-1-78112-987-6

Interest age

9+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

06-05-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

120 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

A school camping trip takes a turn for the sinister in this page-turning thriller for fans of mysteries and the supernatural.

 

What’s hiding in Harwood Forest?

When Pete, Nancy and Krish arrive at Heathland Camp for a school trip, they’re in for an adventure – just not the kind they were expecting.

Nearby sits the abandoned Harwood Institute. The crumbling buildings are out of bounds but strange screams come from the surrounding forest at night. Mystery shrouds the events that took place at the institute during the war, so Pete and his friends make it their mission to find out the truth. But the forest is hiding a sinister secret, and the trio could be in real danger …

Are some mysteries best left undisturbed?

Author

Dan Smith, Illustrated by Chris King

Dan Smith is the award-winning and bestselling author of books for both children and adults. His children’s titles, which include My Friend the Enemy and Boy X, have won him numerous accolades including the Coventry Inspiration Book Award, the Essex Book Award, and nominations for the Branford Boase Award and the Young Quills Award. Dan lives in Newcastle with his family.||Chris King is an illustrator whose early career was influenced by comic art. Chris studied Media Production at the University of Northumbria, specialising in Animation and Character design. Best known for his innovative use of colour and line weight, Chris has been commissioned worldwide by leading publishers, media outlets and consumer brands such as Oxford University Press, Variety, Dorling Kindersley, The Guardian Guide and more.