Pale Moon by Jenny Oldfield
  

Synopsis

Pale Moon by Jenny Oldfield

Shining Star always helps Krista when there's someone in trouble. But now it's Star himself who needs help - his sister, Pale Moon, is in danger. As the floodwater rises, they must fly to her rescue ...It's time for Krista and Shining Star to save the day!

About the Author

Jenny Oldfield

Jenny Oldfield is a million selling English author. Her books include Definitely Daisy, Animal Alert, Home farm twins, the Half Moon Ranch series and many others. Her books are very high in quality and many people have been inspired to start reading because of her exciting stories.

Jenny was born and brought up in Harrogate, Yorkshire, she says that even as a child she wrote stories and made tiny books, complete with illustrations. She lives in Yorkshire and has two children, Kate and Eve.

She also writes under several pseudonyms, including Jasmine Oliver, Donna King, Kate Fielding,and Kate Pennington. She was also involved in the Animal Ark series, writing, along with several other authors, under the name Lucy Daniels.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages
Interest Age: 7-9

Author

Jenny Oldfield
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Author's Website

www.jennyoldfield.com/

Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

18th May 2006

ISBN

9780340918395


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