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Book Title: Elspeth Hart and the Perilous Voyage

Details: Author: Forbes, Sarah

Reading Age: 10 - 11

Publisher: Stripes Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781847156082

Number of pages: 224

Dimensions: 12.9 x 1.1 x 19.8 cm

Retail Price: €8.68

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Book Description
Elspeth Hart and the Perilous Voyage is the second adventure featuring the fabulous Elspeth Hart, a modern heroine with doodles on her Converse trainers and unstoppable determination. Now she's finally free of the School for Show-offs, Elspeth is on a desperate mission to find her parents. She knows that Miss Crabb will have answers - but where can she find the vile woman? When Elspeth spots her on the news as a staff member on a luxury cruise ship, the chase is on. Elspeth is determined to get the answers she needs and she'll stop at nothing. Sneaking aboard the ship is easy enough, but setting sail was never part of the plan! All at sea, unable to find Crabb and still no closer to a reunion with her parents, things aren't looking good for Elspeth...A fast-paced and funny story from a fresh new voice in children's fiction, Elspeth Hart's quirky adventures will delight fans of Roald Dahl, David Walliams and Lemony Snicket.

Review

"A wonderful tale brought brilliantly to life." David Roberts, creator of Dirty Bertie "Very funny and deliciously horrible." Holly Webb, author of Lost in the Snow "Piles of fun from beginning to end. Bursting with intrigue and unpleasantness!" Guy Bass, author of Stitch Head

About the Author

Sarah Forbes was born in Aberdeen and currently lives in Edinburgh. She used to work on magazines, interviewing pop stars for a living, but now she works as an editor, helping other writers to create their own stories. James Brown filled in an important careers questionnaire when he was 13 and it told him he was definitely going to be a teacher and an illustrator. And it was right! James studied Creative Writing at St Andrews (where he kept writing for children and drawing all over everything). He lives in Nottingham and draws in front of a mirror."

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