A Little Secret

A Little Secret

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Lucas likes to visit his great gran. She's almost ninety and in a care home. Her mind has gone. She thinks she's still a little five-year-old girl.

Lucas's girlfriend, Kay, has no time for the old woman. Until she and Lucas go looking for a long-lost doll that has been locked away in a wardrobe these past eighty years.

How could they know the horror their search would unleash?

Papercuts is an eerie and haunting series written to appeal to students aged 13+ who are intimidated by full-length novels. These sinister titles have a reading age of 8-9 and an accessible word count of 5,000-6,000. Written by respected and accomplished authors, they are packed with horror and elements of the supernatural. But be warned, they're not for the faint-hearted!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 4mm | 88g
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 4
  • 1788372212
  • 9781788372213

About Ann Evans

Ann Evans has penned many titles for Badger Learning over the years, including A Little Secret from their Papercuts I series, which has been shortlisted for and won awards in 2019. She has written The Prize from Big Top of Horrors, Promise Me and Message Alert from Between The Lines and Runaway from Badger Learning's popular series, YA Reads II.

As a particular lover of mystery and suspense, especially when there's a ghostly or supernatural element, Ann loves to write for children, young adults and adults, and has around 20 books to her name. She also writes magazine articles on all kinds of topics, from animals to toy collectors.

Ann loves to help children and adults develop their writing skills by running creative writing courses and regularly visiting schools to hold workshops and give talks about books and writing.

Her home is in Coventry in the West Midlands and she's a mum of three grown-up children. She shares her home with Georgie - a crazy cockatiel who loves walking up and down her computer keyboard when she's trying to write.
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