Buddy's Song by Nigel Hinton
  

Synopsis

Buddy's Song by Nigel Hinton

One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this is the sequel to Buddy . When he picks up a guitar and begins to sing, Buddy escapes from his worries. But the music brings worries of its own when he's forced to choose between staying on at school and aiming for a musical career.

About the Author

Nigel Hinton

Nigel Hinton was born and educated in London. After two years in advertising, he worked as an English teacher for nine years. His first novel, Collision Course (winner of the Dutch Silver Pen Award) was written as a result of a challenge from one of his pupils. He began teaching part-time and also worked as a professional actor before concentrating on his writing.

Nigel is the ever-popular author the Beaver Towers series of stories for primary school readers (which has been adapted for TV), and, for secondary school readers, he wrote the Buddy trilogy. His novel The Finders won him the Federation of Children’s Book Groups Award.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
192 pages

Author

Nigel Hinton
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Author's Website

www.nigelhinton.net/

Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

31st March 1989

ISBN

9780435123383


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