Ghost Soldier WW1 Story by Theresa Breslin
  

Ghost Soldier WW1 Story

Written by Theresa Breslin

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This is a thrilling, poignant story of hope and loss set during World War 1, from Carnegie Medal-winning author Theresa Breslin. Nobody believes in ghosts until they see one..

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Ghost Soldier WW1 Story by Theresa Breslin

The war has changed everything for Rob and Millie. Their father is missing in action and they are terrified they'll never see him again. Then one night, deep in the woods, Rob and Millie see an eerie figure in the window of an abandoned house. But there's no such thing as ghosts, is there?


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Full of authentic background, believable characters and a Scottish setting, this is another must-read novel by one of Scotland's finest writers Scotsman

About the Author

Theresa Breslin

Theresa Breslin is the critically acclaimed author of over 30 books for children and young adults whose work has been filmed for television, broadcast on radio, and is read world-wide in many languages. A respected contributor to professional journals, she is passionate about children’s literature and literacy. She travels extensively, doing research for her books and speaking at international conferences and book festivals.

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Format

Hardback
304 pages

Author

Theresa Breslin
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Publisher

Doubleday Children's Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

31st July 2014

ISBN

9780857533050

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