Children's Fiction Prize Winners Collection - 8 Books - Was £51.92 Now £8.99 Delivered @ Book People
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Children's Fiction Prize Winners Collection - 8 Books - Was £51.92 Now £8.99 Delivered @ Book People

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Found 21st Sep 2008
Titles:

Pigeon Past by Arthur Ransome
The Scarecrows by Robert Westall
Pig Heart Boy by Malorie Blackman
The Illustrated Mum by Jacqueline Wilson
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon
The New Policeman by Kate Thompson
Harvey Angell by Diana Hendry
Postcards from No Man's Land by Aidan Chambers

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I LOVE this book. it's like a simplified RainMan

Keep getting an error message and unable to place a order. Anyone else having problems with this? Would love to order this for DD!

same thing happened, change the quantity to more than one then on next screen change it back, worked for me

Just to add - the book 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' is def not just a kdis book.

Its probably one of the best books ive ever read - the view point form which its written is awesome.

I would agree with RCUK re 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' I really enjoyed this book and definately not just a kids book. Written on so many levels, makes you think. Recommended read !!!!!

Assuming the rest of the books are for kids then it's very strange that they included the Curious Incident. As others have said, it's a great book but for adults.

isn't it pigeon post

it is a long time since i read it though

The Curious Incident is an amazing book for any age to read,my 12 year old daughter, my 28year old sis and me all read it from cover to cover without putting it down and learnt so much from it,it opens your eyes to unseen disabilities and hopefully left us a little more conpassionate. Sounds a bit heavy going and stuffy from what I'v just said but its not at all and quite funny in parts!:-D

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Assuming the rest of the books are for kids then it's very strange that … Assuming the rest of the books are for kids then it's very strange that they included the Curious Incident. As others have said, it's a great book but for adults.



Curious is definitely a kids book, through and through. It takes under two hours to read and is very easy going. At the same time adults can definitely read and enjoy it, but that applies to a lot of kids' books, particularly award-winning ones.
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