The Runaway by Judy HaymanThe Runaway by Judy Hayman

The Runaway

byJudy HaymanIllustratorWolfe Murray Caroline

Paperback | September 17, 2015

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Everyone knows dragons dont exist...

The arrival of bossy Aunt Angelica in Ollie and Alice’s woodland camp causes all sorts of problems. Finally Ollie can stand it no longer. To the horror of the dragon families, he disappears!

There’s a real danger he will be discovered by Humans. Can he be found before it’s too late?

Where is Des when he’s most needed?

It’s Emily and Alice to the rescue!

This is the fourth of the Dragon Tales Chronicles. Written by Judy Hayman and beautifully illustrated by Caroline Wolfe Murray, this enchanting series of tales about a Scottish Blue family of dragons living in the Highlands of Scotland, trying to avoid being discovered by Humans, is perfect for children aged 6 to 10. 

 

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Judy Hayman lives with her husband Peter on the edge of the Lammermuir Hills in East Lothian, Scotland, where there is a wonderful view and plenty of wildlife, but no dragons, as far as she knows. At various times in her past life she has taught English in a big comprehensive school; written plays, directed and occasionally acted for a...
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Title:The RunawayFormat:PaperbackDimensions:164 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.35 inPublished:September 17, 2015Publisher:Alison Jones Business Services LtdLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910056286

ISBN - 13:9781910056288

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Secret Plans ......................................1Chapter 2 Back to the Old Cave .....................11Chapter 3 Four In Disgrace ............................20Chapter 4 A Problem at the Camp .................29Chapter 5 Aunt Angelica ................................36Chapter 6 Things Get Worse ..........................46Chapter 7 Ollie Disappears .............................56Chapter 8 More Bad News .............................63Chapter 9 Angelica Tries to Help ...................73Chapter 10 Night Flight ...................................82Chapter 11 Gloaming Huffs .............................91Chapter 12 Des and the Helpful Hawks .........102Chapter 13 News at Last ................................114Chapter 14 Rescue ..........................................121Chapter 15 Ollie Tells his Tale .......................131Acknowledgements. ............................................143About the Author ...............................................144About the Illustrator ...........................................145

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Praise for previous books in the series: 'My two eldest children (age ten and eight) have just read this and they both really loved it (my oldest read it in one sitting!). My eight-year-old boy said 'It will probably be my favourite book' so I suspect we might be getting the next one when it comes out. My ten-year-old boy wrote his own review and asked me to post it on Amazon: 'A great read. I enjoyed every bit of it. I liked it a lot because it was about dragons and they can be interesting sometimes, especially when they breath fire. I would recommend this to children around 5-8 years old as it is quite short but full of interesting story.''I like how your stories appeal to both boys and girls, and the illustrations are brilliant.''My favourite book so far is Quest for a Friend, because Desmond is really entertaining and the new baby is cool.''Thank you for coming to our school. I have finished two books and really enjoyed them. I liked it when you said some of your ideas come from your grandchildren.''I just can't wait to see what happens next...'