The Children of the King by Sonya Hartnett
  

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A hauntingly beautiful wartime story with a ghostly twist - this is set to become a modern classic.

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The Children of the King by Sonya Hartnett

It's the Second World War and, with London becoming an increasingly dangerous place to live, the Lockwood children are whisked away to the Heron Hall, to stay with their Uncle Peregrine in the countryside. But when they discover two strange boys hiding in a nearby derelict castle, the past and present collide. Those in the present will need to learn from the troubles of the past.

About the Author

Sonya Hartnett

Sonya Hartnett was born in Melbourne, the second of six children. Her first book, Trouble All the Way, was written when she was just thirteen and published two years later. Since then she has gone on to write numerous successful novels, including The Ghost's Child, and has won many awards including the 2002 Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, the prestigious Age Book of the Year in Australia and most recently the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award 2008. Sonya lives in Australia.

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Format

Paperback
272 pages

Author

Sonya Hartnett
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Author's Website

www.sonyahartnett.com.au/

Publisher

Scholastic

Publication date

4th September 2014

ISBN

9781407143576

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