The Road To Stonehenge

£7.99

Why do they keep wanting to kill me? How can I make them stop? Young Krenn lives in the West Country. Her name means ‘doesn’t belong’ and true enough, she was found abandoned as a baby. Now the time has come for the tribe who adopted her to send her away, eastwards where the great temples are, to find her own people. It will be a long, hard journey and she must travel alone. Will Krenn find her true family? And will they like each other? An engaging tale of a girl’s search for the truth set against the meeting between an old and a new world.

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Why do they keep wanting to kill me? How can I make them stop?

Young Krenn lives in the West Country. Her name means ‘doesn’t belong’ and true enough, she was found abandoned as a baby. Now the time has come for the tribe who adopted her to send her away, eastwards where the great temples are, to find her own people. It will be a long, hard journey and she must travel alone.

Will Krenn find her true family? And will they like each other?

An engaging tale of a girl’s search for the truth set against the meeting between an old and a new world.

‘A powerful book that holds the attention and entertains. The reader is swept along, lost in it all’ MICHAEL MORPURGO

‘A hard journey for Krenn and a big adventure … a great book to read because as soon as you start reading you can’t stop’ NINE-YEAR-OLD READER

Originally published as Krenn and the Great Ring of Berren.

About the Author
Jan Shirley is a medieval French historian and translator who was educated at the King’s School in Canterbury – the setting for her new novel published by RBP, Harry Bone-Thief. Jan Shirley now lives in Cumbria.

Author/Illustrator: Jan Shirley
Extent: 128 Pages
Format: Paperback
Size: 198 x 130mm
Age range: 8+ Years
ISBN: 9781857144505