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Katie Milk Solves Crimes and so on by Annie Caulfield

Katie Milk Solves Crimes and so on


Katie Milk Solves Crimes and so on by Annie Caulfield

Meet Katie Milk - she's brave, funny, has an active imagination and is about to go off to boarding school for the first time. At first she can't imagine having a worse roommate than Bernadette Kelly but soon Katie has more important things to worry about . . . Are there really mad nuns in the attic and why does Chiquita Morris cry all the time? Is Chiquita's mother really a famous fashion model, as she claims or is she just trying to get attention? When Katie and Bernadette discover some mysterious goings-on in an old farmhouse near their school, Katie is one step closer to finding the answers . . .


Katie Milk provides an entertaining and down-to-earth narrative guide . . . Has a clever twist in the tale and memorable characters . . .The cast is led by the utterly likeable Katie Milk. May many others follow * Books for Keeps * A fun and enjoyable read -- Andrea Raynor * The School Librarian * Engaging situations and unexpected plot twists -- Dawn Casey * Achuka *

About the Author

Originally from Northern Ireland and now living in London, Annie Caulfield wrote the Grim Tales series, many sketches for The Real McCoy, episodes of This Life, jokes for Comic Relief and writes for Aardman's Planet Scetch. She has written jokes and plays for Lenny Henry and once made a documentary in Africa with Spice Girl, Mel B. Sometimes Annie co-hosts a radio chat show with Sandi Toksvig but for a lot of the time she lives in a cave house in Spain, thinking up stories and learning to ride a horse without falling off.

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Publication date

2nd February 2006


Annie Caulfield

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Yearling (imprint of Random House Children's Books) an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK


208 pages


General fiction (Children's / Teenage)



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