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Charlie Bone and the Time Twister

Charlie Bone and the Time Twister

Nimmo, Jenny; Nimmo, Jenny

January 1916. Henry Yewbeam's cousin Zeke tricks him into using the Time Twister, a marble full of shining colours that draws him into the future. January 2002. Charlie meets Henry reappearing at Bloor's in the 21st century, and realises Henry's cousin is none other than old Ezekiel Bloor

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories. Fantasy fiction.
Published London: Egmont, 2006
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Statement of responsibility: Jenny Nimmo
ISBN: 1405225440, 9781405225441
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Note: Originally published: as The time twister. 2003.
Physical Description: ix, 373 p. : 1 ill. ; 20 cm.
Series: Charlie Bone ; 2
Subject: Time travel Juvenile fiction.; Bone, Charlie (Fictitious character) Juvenile fiction.; Magic Juvenile fiction.
Series Title: Charlie Bone 2.

Accelerated Reading

Book Level: 4.7
Interest Level: MY
Points: 9
Quiz Number: 206757

Author note

Jenny Nimmo Jenny Nimmo is the acclaimed author of the Charlie Bone series, which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide. Jenny lives in a converted watermill in Wales. Her husband, David, is a painter and print-maker, and all three of her children speak Welsh fluently. She finds Wales, a land of legends, a very inspiring place to live. For as long as she can remember, Jenny has loved books. At boarding school, reading was her way to overcome loneliness or boredom. However, she is aware that not everyone finds reading comes easily, and feels passionately that every child should have all the help they need, and access to as many books as they want. In 1986 her book, The Snow Spider, won the Smarties Grand Prix, and in 1987 it was awarded the Tir na n-Og by the Welsh Arts Council. She wrote the sequels, Emlyn's Moon and The Chestnut Soldier, because she was unable to let go of the characters in The Snow Spider, and needed to find out what would become of them.