The Wind in the Willows Band 16/Sapphire by Nicky Singer
  

The Wind in the Willows Band 16/Sapphire

Written by Nicky Singer
Illustrated by Anna Shuttlewood
Part of the Collins Big Cat Series

RRP £5.90

Synopsis

The Wind in the Willows Band 16/Sapphire by Nicky Singer

Nicky Singer has captured all the beauty and familiarity of this classic children's book. Follow the adventures of Rat, Mole and Badger as they try to stop their friend Toad from getting into too much trouble. Sapphire/Band 16 books offer longer reads to develop children's sustained engagement with texts and are more complex syntactically. Text type: Fiction from our literary heritage Curriculum links: English: fiction from the English literary heritage

About the Author

Nicky Singer

Nicky Singer has written four novels for adults, two books of non-fiction and six works for young people. Her first children’s novel Feather Boy won the Blue Peter ‘Book of the Year’ Award, was adapted for TV (winning a BAFTA for Best Children’s Drama) and then commissioned by the National Theatre’s Shell Connections series as a musical with lyrics by Don Black and music by Debbie Wiseman. In 2010 Nicky was asked by Glyndebourne to adapt her novel Knight Crew (a re-telling of the King Arthur legend set in contemporary gangland) for an opera with music by Julian Philips. 2012 saw both the publication of The Flask (‘a nourishing and uplifting story, with big themes and a big heart,’ The Guardian) and the premiere of her play Island (about ice-bears and the nature of reality) at the National Theatre. She has just published Island as a novel.

Nicky Singer lives in Brighton with her husband, their two sons and a daughter.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
56 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Nicky Singer
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Author's Website

nickysinger.com/new/island/

Publisher

Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

5th January 2016

ISBN

9780008147266


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