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The mystery of the clockwork sparrow

The mystery of the clockwork sparrow

Woodfine, Katherine

You are cordially invited to attend the grand opening of Sinclair's department store! Enter a world of bonbons, hats, perfumes and mysteries around every corner. Wonder at the daring theft of the priceless clockwork sparrow! Tremble as the most dastardly criminals in London enact their wicked plans! Gasp as our bold heroines, Miss Sophie Taylor and Miss Lilian Rose, crack codes, devour iced buns and vow to bring the villians to justice

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories. Fiction 9+. Adventure. Detective and mystery stories.
Published London: Egmont, 2015
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Katherine Woodfine
ISBN: 1405276177, 9781405276177
Physical Description: 312 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 20 cm.
Subject: London (England) History Juvenile fiction.

Author note

Katherine Woodfine was born in Lancashire in 1983, and studied English at Bristol University. She lives in London and since 2009 has worked for the literature charity Booktrust, where she is a children's book specialist and project manager of the Children's Laureate, working with leading children's authors such as Malorie Blackman, Julia Donaldson and Anthony Browne.