Tara’s mother is in hospital and her father is away working on an oil rig, so she is sent to stay with Nan.
Tara’s mother is in hospital and her father is away working on an oil rig, so she is sent to stay with Nan. Tara loves Nan, but she misses Mum and can’t believe that she’s going to have to stay away from home for weeks and weeks, until Mum is better
Helen Dunmore, Karin Littlewood (Illustrator). Published by Crabtree Publishing Company (2005). ISBN 10: 0778727432 ISBN 13: 9780778727439.
Helen Dunmore, Karin Littlewood (Illustrator).
Helen Dunmore has published nine novels with Penguin: Zennor in Darkness, which won the McKitterick Prize; Burning Bright; A Spell of Winter, which won the Orange Prize .
Helen Dunmore has published nine novels with Penguin: Zennor in Darkness, which won the McKitterick Prize; Burning Bright; A Spell of Winter, which won the Orange Prize; Talking to the Dead; Your Blue-Eyed Boy; With Your Crooked Heart; The Siege, which was shortlisted for the 2001 Whitbread Novel of the Year Award and for the Orange Prize for Fiction 2002; Mourning Ruby. and House of Orphans. She is also a poet, children’s novelist and short-story writer.
Tara's Tree House book. Go Bananas Teacher's Guide Based on the Go Bananas series, this resource for teachers helps reinforce what students learn in their core reading program, through engaging activities that focus on reading skills.
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Helen Dunmore (born 12 December 1952) is a English poet, novelist, and children's writer. London: Scholastic, 2001. Tara's Tree House (illustrated by Karin Littlewood). Dunmore was born in Yorkshire, the second of four children. London: Egmont, 2004; New York: Crabtree, 2005. The Ferry Birds (illustrated by Rebecca Cobb).
Helen Dunmore FRSL (12 December 1952 – 5 June 2017) was a British poet, novelist, and short story and children's writer. She won the National Poetry Competition award. Dunmore was born in Beverley, Yorkshire, in 1952, the second of four children of Betty (née Smith) and Maurice Dunmore. She attended (briefly) Nottingham Girls' High School, then a direct grant grammar school.
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ISBN13: 9780778727439. Release Date: October 2005.