Glory Gardens 3 - The Big Test by Bob Cattell
  

Synopsis

Glory Gardens 3 - The Big Test by Bob Cattell

It really doesn't look like being Hooker's season. Not only does he spend the first match of the league suffering a dropped-catch jinx but now there' civil war in the team over the selections. Sometimes captaining the Glory Gardens Cricket Team isn't the fun you might think. It's not the matches that prove the most trouble for poor Hooker - it's the infighting. He has one solution that might work but making Ohbert captain in his place! That's not strategy - that's suicide.

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Couldn't recommend them highly enough Test Match Special, BBC Radio 4 As well as getting involved with the nicely written characters, the books cleverly provide tips and a glossary of terms and fielding positions Wisden Cricketer

About the Author

Bob Cattell grew up in the fens of East Anglia and now lives near Southwold in Suffolk. In between he worked in London in advertising, bookselling, public relations, copywriting and teaching. His first published children's book was Glory in the Cup (in the Glory Gardens cricket series), written while he was running a bookshop on a boat in Greenwich. He likes walking in mountains, theatre, opera and most sports and supports Yorkshire CCC and Aston Villa.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Bob Cattell
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Publisher

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

Publication date

3rd January 1998

ISBN

9780099461319


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