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Illustrated by C. Walter Hodges
Paperback, 156 pages
Published November 16th 1990 by Jade Publishers (first published 1956)
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Brilliant story of boys at a boarding school. Really difficult to get copies these days - very expensive as they have become collector's items.
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William Mayne was a British writer of children's fiction. Born in Hull, he was educated at the choir school attached to Canterbury Cathedral and his memories of that time contributed to his early books. He lived most of his life in North Yorkshire.

He was described as one of the outstanding children's authors of the 20th Century by the Oxford Companion to Children's Literature, and won the Carnegie
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