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Meg Rosoff

  • 4 stars across 19 books
    Meg Rosoff was born in Boston, USA. She has worked in publishing, public relations and most recently advertising but thinks the best job in the world would be head gardener for Regents Park. Meg lives in Highbury, North London.
    4th November 2019

    McTavish on the Move

    Pa has just landed a new job, and it's put an unusual spring in his step. But a new job means a new house in a new part ... More

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    4th April 2017

    Good Dog Mctavish

    The Peachey family is in crisis. No one cooks dinner, no one picks up the dirty washing and thekids are always late for ... More

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    18th August 2016

    Beck

    The final novel from Carnegie Medal-winning author Mal Peet is a sweeping coming-of-age adventure, with all the char... More

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    5th February 2009

    Jumpy Jack and Googily

    Meet Jumpy Jack, a very nervous snail who is afraid of monsters, and Googily who is a very good friend indeed. Wherever ... More

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    24th April 2018

    McTavish Goes Wild

    It's summer and the Peachey family is in crisis - again. Youngest child Betty Peachey is trying to persuade the family t... More

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    1st May 2019

    McTavish Takes the Biscuit

    The Peachey family enjoy fine meals each night now that everyone takes turns cooking. Everyone, that is, except grumblin... More

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    7th June 2007

    Just in Case

    Winner of the 2007 Carnegie Medal, the captivating and darkly-comic novel Just in Case is a thrilling coming-of-ag... More

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    30th June 2005

    How I Live Now

    How I Live Now is an original and poignant book by Meg Rosoff How I Live Now is the powerful and engaging s... More

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    14th May 2008

    What I Was

    Meg Rosoff, multi award winning author of How I Live Now , explores the pain of first love and coming-of-age in her... More

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    3rd June 2010

    The Bride's Farewell

    With its brooding and atmospheric nineteenth century setting, Meg Rosoff's The Bride's Farewell is a romantic nove... More

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      McTavish on the Move

      I read this book with a group of children aged between 6 and 10 at library club. We all loved the story and wished that we could have a pet dog as sma...

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      This was a lovely story about a family moving house.  It was very easy to read with a readable layout, short paragraphs and drawings on the pages.  ...

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