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Skellig

AuthorDavid Almond

NarratorDavid Almond

Duration2h 20m

CategoriesChildren's Fiction

Key StageKS3

PublisherHodder

VersionUnabridged

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Michael's baby sister is ill, and the whole house is sick with her. While his parents spend time at the hospital, he explores their new home. In the old, derelict garage he finds something sinister: a strange creature, part owl, part angel. Is it something good? Or something evil? Winner of the Carnegie Medal and the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year.

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