From one of the brightest talents in children's fiction and the winner
of the Waterstones Children's Book prize comes a new novel
about family and friendship.
Siblings Jonathan, Holly and Davy have been struggling to survive
since the death of their mother, and are determined to avoid being
taken into care. When the family's wealthy but eccentric Great-Aunt
Irene has a stroke, they go to visit her. Unable to speak or
write, she gives Holly some photographs that might lead them to
an inheritance that could solve all their problems. But they're
not the only ones after the treasure...
Sally Nicholls is the highly-acclaimed author of Ways to Live Forever which won the Waterstones Children's Book Prize and was shortlisted for the Branford Boase Award, among many others. Her most recent title An Island of Our Own was shortlisted for the Guardian Children's Book Award and the Costa Children's Award.More about Sally Nicholls