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The Thief of Bracken Farm

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When Farmer Jones's hat, Mrs Jones's scarf, the baby's mittens, the cat's blanket and Ted's homework all disappear, everyone starts looking for a thief on the farm.

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About Emma Barnes

Emma was born and raised in Edinburgh. As a child she was a bookworm, and especially liked historical fiction - maybe that was why she chose to study history at university. Afterwards she lived and worked in London, Colorado (USA) and Cambridge, before settling in Leeds in Yorkshire. She still likes to go to America when she can (especially to Califo...

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About Hannah Wood

Emily Hawkins studied English at Nottingham University, and since then has worked in children's publishing. She has written many rhyming books for Templar, including Two By Two and The Christmas Star. Hannah Wood is a self-taught artist specialising in cute, friendly children's illustrations. She grew up in the Netherlands and Norway, but now lives in Rutla...

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