Summer of the Eagles

When 13 year old Stephanie (Stevie) is orphaned and slightly lamed in a terrible accident, her life completely changes and her dreams of ever running for Scotland are over. Her Gran is soon no longer able to cope with Stevie’s moods, and sends her to an aunt on a Scottish island.

Although she gradually makes new friends and finds an interest in the bird sanctuary, Stevie is soon in danger from two bird poachers intent on harming the eagles. But who is the strange boy in the hills, who protects the eagles and helps Stevie to heal? And does he have anything to do with the painted rocks and legends on the island?

The Jigsaw Puzzle

Twelve-year-old asthmatic Daniel stays with his bossy cousin, Amy, her mum, and two cats in the Scottish countryside during the Christmas holidays while his parents take a trip to sort out their problems. In between searching for the missing Title Deeds of the cottage to save it from land developers, they complete an old jigsaw and find a strange rhyming puzzle hidden within the box.

But what does it mean? Then they become trapped inside the Victorian jigsaw house. Will they solve the cryptic written puzzle and find their way back to the present before it’s too late to save themselves, the destruction of the woods, and their cottage?

The Pharaoh's Gold

 

Ten year old friends, Matthew and Nikki, attend a workshop on Ancient Egypt at the local museum during the school holidays. But when they find and try on Egyptian gold jewellery, they're suddenly transported back to Ancient Egypt.

Then their adventures begin when they meet Nephta, a relative of the new Pharaoh. Someone in her household is planning to steal the jewels from the previous Pharaoh's burial tomb and Matthew and Nikki end up in danger, while their bully of a classmate nearly becomes a mummy.

 

Will Matthew and Nikki escape from the pyramid in time?

 

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