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Clifftoppers: The Arrowhead Moor Adventure

For Aiden, Chloe, Ava and Josh, holidays at their grandparents’ cottage mean wild beaches, no curfew, Bella the dog, and most of all – adventure!

A picnic at a stately home takes a suspicious turn when the cousins discover a jewel heist unfolding around them. But how can they take down a gang of clever thieves when all they’ve got is their bikes and a very risky plan? By being braver, smarter, and sneakier than the villains they’re chasing. . .

Fleur Hitchcock is famous for her excellent “thrillers for beginners”. This action-packed series takes 7+ readers on fantastic, realistic adventures.

 

Our Review Panel says...

I grew up reading Enid Blyton’s Famous Five series. I loved the ordinariness of the children, the excitement of their adventures and their freedom to roam the countryside without adult supervision. This book takes me back to that time of reading under the blankets with a torch. Set against a fabulous backdrop of beautiful stately homes and gardens, wild moors and twisting, turning country lanes, this story shares the same sense of adventure as the Famous Five but is brought up to date for young readers in the modern age. This series will appeal to children in Key Stage Two, from keen readers in Year 3 upwards. A classic adventure story with plenty of action and daring rescues topped off with a good helping of home-baked scones.

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