Tillys Moonlight Fox

Paperback | June 5, 2012

byJulia GreenIllustratorPaul Howard

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'The fox called again. Its eerie cry echoed into the night. The sound wove in and out of the night garden, and into Tilly's dreams.'One night, awoken by a strange noise, Tilly looks out of her bedroom window and sees a wild fox watching her from the lawn. Tilly follows it through a hidden gate and is amazed to discover a secret, moonlit garden. She returns the following night but this time a young girl called Helen is alreadythere waiting for her. Tilly is delighted to have found a new friend, but is Helen real or is she a ghost?

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'The fox called again. Its eerie cry echoed into the night. The sound wove in and out of the night garden, and into Tilly's dreams.'One night, awoken by a strange noise, Tilly looks out of her bedroom window and sees a wild fox watching her from the lawn. Tilly follows it through a hidden gate and is amazed to discover a secret, moo...

Julia Green is the author of more than ten novels for children and teenagers. This is her first book for Oxford University Press. As a child, Julia lived in a village called Ashtead, in Surrey. She did a degree in English at the University of Kent and an M.Phil in English Studies at Oxford University. Julia lives in Bath and is Cour...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 7.8 × 5.08 × 0.07 inPublished:June 5, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0192757911

ISBN - 13:9780192757913

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"A complex slice of family life brought richly into focus by Emily, whose quest to find her birth mother is just one plot strand in this excellent book. Thoughtful and lyrical, this is a great read for teenage girls who prefer real life over vampires!" --Marilyn Brocklehurst, Bookseller