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by Robert Westall
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who saw the. ONE. It was the night before the Fund-raising Effort that the devils came.
This one was part of a series called Puffin Plus, which I think were marketed as what would now be YA. I remember the original cover being quite a lurid painting of Simon in amongst the scarecrows, which was a little on the nose. Books by Robert Westall. Mor. rivia About The Scarecrows.
Robert Westall is a genius. SCARECROWS is a chilling book, brilliantly written. Simon is struggling to come to terms with himself and the changes in his family. When he goes to stay with his mother and her new boyfriend, he discovers a creaking old mill with a dark past. This one was part of a series called Puffin Plus, which I think were marketed as what would now be YA.
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Robert Westall was born in 1929 on Tyneside, where he grew up during the wa.
Robert Westall was born in 1929 on Tyneside, where he grew up during the war. He went to the local Grammar School and then studied Fine Art at Durham University, and Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. He worked as an art teacher in Cheshire and for the Samaritans.
by. Westall, Robert, 1929-. WorldCat (this item). urn:acs6:scarecrows00west:pdf:088-3cb37288d311 urn:acs6:scarecrows00west:epub:8bb-8b33c5d79628 urn:oclc:record:1036845813. ark:/13960/t49p5d78f.
Robert Westall (1929-1993) is one of the best modern writers of ghost stories in the tradition of the great . James, and The Stones of Muncaster Cathedral, which won the Dracula Society's Children of the Night Award, is one of his finest. This volume also includes a second ghostly tale, 'Brangwyn Gardens', published here for the first time in the United States, and a new introduction by Orrin Grey.
There were three people, standing in the darkest place, watching him. Simon is outraged that his Mum plans to remarry . Westall's immense talent is evident from the opening line - Simon's anger and unhappiness are tangible, and the Scarecrows' ill-intentions terrifying.
The way Westall does this is seamless and powerful. These things make us understand the fear, isolation and confusion Simon feels as the realities of being ‘grown up’ push their way into his life. The Scarecrows is genuinely, for a kid’s book, scary. Sold by1117613 (4212)100. 0% positive FeedbackContact seller. The Scarecrows by Robert Westall (Paperback, 1995).
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