The Cellar Lad by Theresa Tomlinson
  

The Cellar Lad

Written by Theresa Tomlinson
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Synopsis

The Cellar Lad by Theresa Tomlinson

Ben Sterndale's days of freedom are over. There'll be no more running wild through Ecclesall woods now that he's got a proper job at Dyson's Scythe Works. As the Cellar Lad he's at everyone's beck and call and it's hard and dangerous work. His father and fellow workers at the cruicible workshop - the forgers, grinders and the puller out - are striving for change. But as the working people of Sheffield unite to peacefully campaign for their rights, SOMEONE is threatening to FIGHT for a difference - no matter what trouble it may bring. . . . . . . .

About the Author

Theresa Tomlinson
Theresa Tomlinson and her husband live in Sheffield and have three grown up children. She has been short listed twice for the Carnegie Medal and for the Sheffield Children`s Book Award. She is keenly interested in the local history of the north east of England and now recent visits to Turkey have resulted in these two powerful novels of the Amazon women.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Theresa Tomlinson
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Author's Website

www.theresatomlinson.com/

Publisher

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

Publication date

27th January 2011

ISBN

9781849412568


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