Battle for the Park by Colin Dann
  

Synopsis

Battle for the Park by Colin Dann

'I've been looking for him all over the Park. He's just not around any more, Vixen. He's gone.' When Plucky the fox disappears, the other animals soon realise that he isn't the only one missing from the White Deer Park nature reserve. And the Warden, whom the animals have learnt to trust, is responsible! The animals are frightened and confused - and then another threat appears. A stelthy gang of rats, led by the cunning Bully is invading White Deer Park...

About the Author

Colin Dann

Colin Dann was born in Richmond, London, in 1943. After leaving the local grammar school he worked first for a large textile company before his real love – the world of books – brought him a job in publishing. He worked for William Collins, Sons & Co. for 13 years. During this time, in odd hours at home, Colin wrote his first book, The Animals of Farthing Wood, which was published finally in 1979 after years of trying. It was an immediate success, winning awards is now translated into sixteen languages. The book has never been out of print since its first publication 25 years ago. Six sequels and one prequel have followed and enjoyed similar success.

In 1992 a major animation series based on the Farthing Wood stories was broadcast by the BBC and it stole the hearts of children throughout Britain and Europe.

Colin has been a leading children’s author for more than twenty years. In addition to the Farthing Wood books he has written many other animal stories, and is currently working on a sequence of novels about a pride of African Lions.

Colin lives with his wife and their cat in a converted Oast house on the Kent/Sussex border. To relax, Colin goes for long walks in the country, reads and listens to music. His favourite book is The Count of Monte Cristo, Winnie the Pooh is his favourite character while Bill Bryson is his preferred author.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Colin Dann
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

7th January 1993

ISBN

9780099205616


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