|Castle Key Brochures for Roshendra Farm, St Michaels Church, The Lighthous B & B, Westward Beach and more. . .|
I've never met a class who knew so much about my books! I had to be be very careful not to get the names of any of the minor characters wrong, as they would certainly put my straight! They'd even come up with the plot for anotehr Adventure Island book! It was all brilliantly set out on a "squid diagram" showing how Emily pretends to be kidnapped, making up some clues for the boys to follow, which leads to all kinds of problems, when she really is kidnapped - by Mr Piggott (The Mystery of the Whistling Caves) and The Hooded Man (The Mystery of the Secret Room) who have met in prison and plotted together to wreak revenge on Emily for thwarting their criminal plans! We had a lovely time discussing the ins and outs of the plot -especially how Drift would save the day. Well done, Class Twelve, you are all brilliant. I've put lots more of the great work and writing up on the Art Gallery page.
|Class Twelves' Plot for Adventure Island Book Fifteen!|
|Rosie Armitage on surveillance with Scott in The Mystery of the Phamtom Lights|
Thank you to all the staff and children at both schools for making me so welcome.
Over the next few weeks I will be off to Ryde Academy in the Isle of Wight, Neale Wade Academy in March, and Winyates Primary School, Peterborough. I'll also be zipping around some local schools - at the launch of the school newspaperat Coton Primary, presenting the Writing Cup at Elsworth Primary and opening the library at Melbourn Primary. See you there!