Linda Newbery - Hachette Children's Group

Linda Newbery



Linda Newbery has published over 30 books, ranging from a picture book to teenage fiction. She won the Costa Children's Book of the Year Award in 2006 and, for CATCALL, the Silver Award in the 2007 Nestle awards. Born in Essex, Linda lives in an Oxfordshire village with her husband and three cats. Apart from writing, she spends time reading, gardening, swimming, going to the cinema and theatre, and walking. She is an active speaker at conferences and regularly conducts writing workshops.

Visit her website at http://www.lindanewbery.co.uk and like her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Linda-Newbery-author-page/159061854179521.

Books currently available by this author

Date published: New > Old

Orion Children's Books

The Treasure House

Linda Newbery
Authors:
Linda Newbery

When Nina's mother, Miranda, mysteriously disappears, Nina's father goes to look for her, leaving Nina with her two eccentric aunts who run a charity shop in town. Nina soon discovers that working in the shop can be funny, intriguing and rewarding as she takes in weird and wonderful donations, makes new friends and uncovers strange secrets! But Nina is determined to solve the mysteries that have taken over her life - where has her mother gone? Why did she leave so suddenly? And just what is the secret she's been hiding?Award-winning author Linda Newbery grips and entertains readers in her usual mesmerising way with this intriguing new mystery.

Orchard Books

Posy

Linda Newbery, Catherine Rayner
Contributors:
Linda Newbery, Catherine Rayner
Orion Children's Books

Nevermore

Linda Newbery
Authors:
Linda Newbery
Orion Children's Books

At the Firefly Gate

Linda Newbery
Authors:
Linda Newbery

Henry is not happy when his parents move from London to the village of Crickford St. Thomas. But he soon forms a friendship with an elderly neighbour, Dottie, and she starts to tell him stories about the Second World War and about another Henry who was a navigator in the RAF. Then Henry sees a man standing at the garden gate, smoking a cigarette and surrounded by a cloud of fireflies. He appears to look straight at Henry - could he be the navigator? And what is the significance of the ghost's appearance?