The Deathwood Letters: Three Tales with a Twist by Hazel Townson


The Deathwood Letters: Three Tales with a Twist by Hazel Townson

Use e-mail and letters, diaries and tape recordings, telephone messages and secret conversations, to unravel the mysteries in these thrilling tales: * The Deathwood Letters * Diamond Hunt * Two Weird Weeks This collection of short, gripping reads contains activities exploring structure, characterisation and different narrative techniques. Age 11+ Ideal for Year 7 and transition, consolidating understanding of different kinds of texts. Written in the first person with echoes of To Kill a Mockingbird. To automatically receive all the latest news on New Windmills, why not sign-up for our Heinemann Literature e-newsletter?

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224 pages


Hazel Townson
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Publication date

15th March 2005



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