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Harriet Goodwin

  • 5 stars across 6 books
    Leon Rosselson is a singer/songwriter - a member of the Galliards in the early days of the folk revivial. He now writes songs for children and gives concerts both in the UK and USA. His first book for children, Rosa's Singing Grandfather was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal in 1991. He lives in Wembley Park, Middlesex.
    6th August 2012

    The Hex Factor

    Xanthe Fox can't wait to turn thirteen, but as the big day arrives her world starts to fall apart. Set-up at school for ... More

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    4th April 2011

    Gravenhunger

    Thirteen-year-old Phoenix Wainwright is not happy about spending the summer in an old house in the middle of nowhere, es... More

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    7th September 2009

    The Boy Who Fell Down Exit 43

    For a millionth of a second the car grazed the drenched moorland. If it had come down on any other patch of ground Finn ... More

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    1st October 2013

    Dark Tide

    From award-winning author Harriet Goodwin ( Gravenhunger and The Boy Who Fell Down Exit 43 ) come terrifying tales... More

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    4th January 2012

    Beneath the Waves: Two Ghost Stories: Band 18/Pearl

    Two touching, ghostly tales by Harriet Goodwin and Leon Rosselson. In the first, Joe, struggling to come to terms with... More

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    14th January 2013

    The Black Dog: Band 16/Sapphire

    Annie, George and Jed are on a school camping trip, and their team hasn't been doing very well in the activities they'... More

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      The "Hex Factor" is a fun imaginitive story for kids my age . I really liked the story line but the characters lacked personality and were boring enou...

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