Purple Class and the Skelington by Sean Taylor
  

Synopsis

Purple Class and the Skelington by Sean Taylor

Meet Purple Class. Yasmin thinks she sees the ghost of the Green Lady who haunts the school looking for first years to kill with scissors. Surely the old and mean-looking lady in the green dress is the spectre herself - or maybe she's just Orange class's substitute teacher. Has Mr Wellington died? Purple class is sure he must have done when they find a skeleton sitting in his chair. Is this Mr Wellington's skelington? What will they say to the school inspector? This collection of stories is a perfect blend of cultural cross-fertilisations, imaginative flights of fancy, drama and humour.

Reviews

Purple Class and the Skelington will make a good addition to the junior bookshelves; a great book to read aloud and for independent readers to discover and enjoy for themselves. School Librarian

About the Author

Sean Taylor

Sean Taylor has written more than 40 books for young readers. These include the Purple Class series of comic adventures set in an urban primary school, a collection of folktales from the Amazon called The Great Snake, a novel for teenagers called A Waste of Good Paper, and picture books such as The World Champion of Staying Awake, illustrated by Jimmy Liao and Boing!, illustrated by Bruce Ingman. He lives in Bristol with his wife and two sons. Visit Sean at www.seantaylorstories.com

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Sean Taylor
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Author's Website

www.seantaylorstories.com/

Publisher

Publication date

1st March 2006

ISBN

9781845073770


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