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The Unravellers (Book 1 of The Unravellers Series) by [Morley, Tracey]
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The Unravellers (Book 1 of The Unravellers Series) Kindle Edition

4.3 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Length: 114 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Author Tracey Morley lives with her husband, Kevin, and their two children in Reigate, Surrey. She has a first-class degree in Social Sciences and currently works in a school for children with special educational needs. She has always loved books and language, and firmly believes that the more imaginative the story the better. This is Tracey' first book for children. Kevin Morley is a computer systems developer but also finds the time to work as a freelance illustrator. He often works in pen and ink - as with the beautifully detailed illustrations in this book - takes his inspiration from the natural world around him.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2429 KB
  • Print Length: 114 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A291ES6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #418,739 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Love it! An imaginative story of small hard-shelled, seaweed-haired creatures on the Cornish coast called Beachcombers, with huge hearts and an even larger sense of adventure. The hero, Winkle, goes in search of his missing sister (Cockle) who has been taken by a Black Dragon and deposited in the lair of the hairy, warty Shagpile who crunches up Beachcomber bones for breakfast. There are monsters, treasure, crystals - and humans (Clodhoppers) - and plenty of excitement. The illustrations are magical in themselves! What more could you want from a children's book?
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This is without doubt the best children's book I've read in years. I can not praise it enough. It is exactly what it says it is and more. Magical and enthralling. The superb illustrations beautifully complement the well-crafted and engaging story. Even as an adult, I was swept into the mysterious world of the beach characters and did not want to leave until I had reached the story's conclusion. A must read. I hope there is soon to be a sequel from this talented author.
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I got this book for my daughter and loved reading it with her. Unusually the chapters are written from a number of characters' perspectives but they flow and intertwine beautifully to create a story that's a real pleasure to read. The story is full of imaginative and often amusing characters and twists so you are kept guessing what is going to happen right up to the end. The descriptions of the characters delighted my young daughter and the illustrations throughout the book are beautifully drawn and definitely add to the element of fun.
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An enthralling read for children and adults alike. It is one of those books that you can't put down until the end. The excellent use of description and humour brings these characters to life. The beachcombers in particular grab your imagination by the end of chapter one as they are as real as the children. This book is excellently written- the story continuing right to the last page with the letter from Aunt Lou - unlike some books were the story line fades in the last few chapters. I must show my appreciation of the fascinating illustrations, they brought the book to life. The pen and ink illustrations were absolutely amazing. Congratulations to Tracey and Kevin Morley for producing this wonder book. Would hope to see more in the future?
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If kids of 9+ want something suitable to read on their beach holiday, this is the very thing. Set in Cornwall, it tells the story of brother and sister Sam and Danny who are trying to solve a mystery left by their grandfather, the key to which is - well, a key, which they promptly lose. In trying to get it back they meet some cute and helpful characters - the pebble-like Beachcombers - and one absolutely revolting and decidedly unhelpful one - Shagpile. Do they solve the mystery? Ah, that would be telling....
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I bought The Unravellers because it was paired with Gull! which I also bought and loved and I was not disappointed. A magical story that makes you look at the seashore and its creatures so differently. Wonderful illustrations help make it a very enjoyable book. I loved it.
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