The rescue of Ravenwood

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‘A sublime eco adventure.’ The Times

From the Costa Award winning author of Voyage of the Sparrowhawk comes an epic adventure with a call to arms: we must fight to save the most treasured things on our planet.

On the top of the hill, overlooking the sea, that’s where you’ll find a magical place . . .

To Bea and Raffy, Ravenwood is home. In its own way, the house rescued them, even if it did have a fallen-down tree taking up most of the kitchen. So the idea that it could be sold. Demolished even. Well, that’s unthinkable. Then again, it’s not like the children get a choice. But the truth is, we can all make our own choices, especially if we care enough . . .

A beautiful, soulful, exciting story about holding onto what’s precious, and guarding the extraordinary nature that surrounds us.

‘A triumph.’ The Times
‘A captivating feat of storytelling.’ The Sunday Times
‘A moving and compelling adventure. BookTrust
‘One of my very favourite authors.’ Emma Carroll, author of Letters from the Lighthouse
‘One of the most accomplished children’s writers around triumphs again.’ Waterstones

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‘A sublime eco adventure.’ The Times

From the Costa Award winning author of Voyage of the Sparrowhawk comes an epic adventure with a call to arms: we must fight to save the most treasured things on our planet.

On the top of the hill, overlooking the sea, that’s where you’ll find a magical place . . .

To Bea and Raffy, Ravenwood is home. In its own way, the house rescued them, even if it did have a fallen-down tree taking up most of the kitchen. So the idea that it could be sold. Demolished even. Well, that’s unthinkable. Then again, it’s not like the children get a choice. But the truth is, we can all make our own choices, especially if we care enough . . .

A beautiful, soulful, exciting story about holding onto what’s precious, and guarding the extraordinary nature that surrounds us.

‘A triumph.’ The Times
‘A captivating feat of storytelling.’ The Sunday Times
‘A moving and compelling adventure. BookTrust
‘One of my very favourite authors.’ Emma Carroll, author of Letters from the Lighthouse
‘One of the most accomplished children’s writers around triumphs again.’ Waterstones

Additional information

Weight 0.292 kg
Dimensions 19.8 × 12.9 × 2.1 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Paperback

Pages

345

Language

English

Edition

Paperback original

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

Children – juvenile / Code: J