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The fourteenth summer of Angus Jack
The fourteenth summer of Angus Jack
Storer, Jen, 1961-2015
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Following the death of their mother, Angus Jack and his sister, Martha, have moved to Australia with their father to start a new life. They end up living in a bayside suburb, next door to a peculiar old lady called Reafen, who is a second-hand dealer. To Angus and Martha, Reafen seems harmless enough - if a little odd. Reafen kicks off a chain of events that draws Angus into the unravelling dramas surrounding the Old Realm, to which, unbeknown to Angus, he and his family have links to through their Viking heritage.
Main title:
The fourteenth summer of Angus Jack / Jen Storer ; illustrated by Lucinda Gifford.
Imprint:
Sydney South, NSW : ABC Books / HarperCollins, 2015.
Collation:
325 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
ISBN:
9780733334436
Dewey class:
A823.4
Language:
English
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Beaumaris LibraryJunior FictionJ STOAvailable
Brighton LibraryJunior FictionJ STOAvailable
Hampton LibraryJunior FictionJ STOAvailable
Sandringham Library ExpressJunior FictionJ STOIn Deep Storage until mid 2020. (Set: 14 Jul 2019)
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