Author(s): Robert Swindells
Dan Langley may be too young to fight in the war - but he's not too young to take down the enemy! Second World War thriller from a Carnegie Medal- winning author. It's WWII and Dan Langley is stuck working in General Winton's garden instead of fighting in the trenches. When Dan begins to notice some strange happenings at the General's home, he discovers a secret plan brewing between the General and the enemy, but will anyone believe him? Another gripping story by this award-winning and hugely popular author. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers.
Robert Swindells was born in Bradford. He worked for a newspaper, served in the RAF, and was a primary school teacher before becoming a full-time author. He has won the Children's Book Award twice and the Carnegie Medal for Stone Cold. A popular Barrington Stoke author, he's written the titles Snapshot, Snakebite, Burnout, The First Hunter, Just a Bit of Fun and Knife- edge. He lives in Haworth, Yorkshire