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Conrad Mason

Conrad Mason

  • 5 stars across 20 books
Conrad Mason was born in 1984. He studied Classics at Cambridge University, and now works in London as an Editor of children's fiction.
25th September 2009

See Inside How Things Work

An amazing flap book packed with inventions, machines, gadgets and devices, and facts and information about how they wor... MoreSee Inside How Things Work

(16 reviews) Review
1st January 2015

The Deep Dark Wood

This is the deep dark wood. Everyone knows it's no place to go for a stroll. There are monsters and trolls and gia... MoreThe Deep Dark Wood

(6 reviews) Review
1st April 2021

The Girl in Wooden Armour

Brokewood Valley is a strange and mysterious place. There are old magics under the earth, and dark forces at play. So wh... MoreThe Girl in Wooden Armour

(6 reviews) Review
3rd September 2013

The Dog That Stole Football Plays

This revised edition is now part of our Passport to Reading program! In this level 3 reader, Mike's telepathic dog Harry... MoreThe Dog That Stole Football Plays

(3 reviews) Review
1st September 2013

Look Inside a Castle

Lift the flaps to explore behind the scenes of a bustling medieval castle as Lord Robert and Lady Margaret hold a feast,... MoreLook Inside a Castle

(2 reviews) Review
5th August 2010

The Golden Goose

Farmer Skint has no luck on his farm until one day his goose lays a golden egg, which hatches out into a golden gosling.... MoreThe Golden Goose

(2 reviews) Review
1st August 2015

Britain Since the War

A fascinating account of how life in Britain changed in the years after the Second World War, from post-war street parti... MoreBritain Since the War

(1 review) Review
8th May 2014

The Goblin's Gift: Tales of Fayt, Book 2

Joseph Grubb is the newest member of the Demon's Watch. He and his fellow watchmen protect Port Fayt, where humans live ... MoreThe Goblin's Gift: Tales of Fayt, Book 2

(0 reviews) Review
31st October 2008


One of Shakespeare’s greatest plays retold for children growing in reading confidence and ability. Macbeth is the braves... MoreMacbeth

(0 reviews) Review
27th July 2007

The First World War

Offering an approachable insight into key events, this book contains true stories of courage, heroism and disaster from ... MoreThe First World War

(0 reviews) Review
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