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Raffles Readers: A Century of Adventures Paperback – 22 July 2020

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Linda Fitzpatrick writes fun-filled, action-packed adventure stories for children. After studying professional writing and editing in Melbourne, she left Australia with her family to create new adventures in The Netherlands and Singapore. In 2014, she won the FAW Mary Grant Bruce award for her short story, The Day Mum Sold the Touchscreen, which was later published in [Untitled], by Busybird Publications. Her blog 'Going Home' helped her stay sane during their relocation back to Australia. She now lives in Melbourne with her husband and three children. Simon Wray lives in Singapore with his wonderful wife and three amazing kids. Simon dreams of digging up hotel gardens in a glorious quest for hidden treasure; however, he is too scared of being shot. So, instead, he spends each day trying to solve the mystery of the missing car keys . . . 'seriously though, where did I leave them?' The Mystery of the Missing Silver is Simon's debut in children's books. Emma Nicholson finds inventing stories as mouth-watering as munching French pastries at Raffles Hotel. She comes from Birmingham, England and spent many years playing around with languages, editing, teaching and writing. While living in Singapore, she published Princess Petunia's Dragon, a fun and funny middle-grade fantasy. Life takes her to many places, where she scavenges ideas for writing and sketching. Claire Thamboo is a junior schoolteacher who writes over a range of genres, from supernatural fantasy to whodunits. She enjoys creating young protagonists who grapple with mystery, mayhem and the occasional mood swing. In the rare snippets of spare time made available to her, she relaxes by reading, swimming and playing the piano. David Seow graduated from the University of Portland, Oregon with a BA in Communications. He is the author of over forty-five well-received children's picture books, including the Sam, Sebbie and Di-Di-Di & Xandy series. His books There's Soup on Fly! and Blow a Kiss were finalists for the SCBWI Crystal Kite Members Choice Award in 2012. Two of his titles, A Day with the Duchess and A Royal Adventure, were featured in Hola! Hello! Online, The International Business Times, and The Sunday Express. Stamford Raffles: Zombie Zapper is David's first published middle-grade story. Mark Yong is an artist and a self-proclaimed professional chef with an ardent love for burgers. When he isn't doodling away in his sketchbook or watching the latest superhero flicks, you can find him hunting for the best burger in town.
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  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 256 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9814882240
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-9814882248
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 8 - 12 years

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