Steve's Dreams: Steve and the Sabretooth Tiger by Dan Anthony
  

Synopsis

Steve's Dreams: Steve and the Sabretooth Tiger by Dan Anthony

It's the summer holidays, but for nine-year-old Steve life in his home town is full of hidden menace. There was that trip to the dentist for a start - and that Thing in the crinkle-cut chips freezer compartment...Steve believes he must protect his family from a dangerous, unpredictable world. But he can't solve all the problems on his own. He's just not quite big enough. Then the mysterious Library of Dreams comes calling and things start to get weird. Steve finds himself an unlikely hero on an impossible mission to outwit flesh-eaters and sabretooth tigers ― and save the human race.

About the Author

Dan Anthony lives in Pembrokeshire and writes for children and grown-ups. His radio plays have been broadcast on the BBC, he worked on S4Cs children's series Y Meees and was a scriptwriter on CBBC's Tracy Beaker series. His first children's book, The Rugby Zombies was nominated for a Tir na n-Og by the Welsh Books council and he has since completed the popular Rugby Zombie trilogy.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Dan Anthony
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Publisher

Firefly Press Ltd

Publication date

14th May 2014

ISBN

9781910080061

Publisher Profile

Firefly Press Ltd is an imprint of Firefly Press Ltd

logo Firefly Press is a new children's and YA publisher based in Wales that publishes quality fiction for 5-19 years olds.

Publisher's Website

www.fireflypress.co.uk


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