Shopping from United States? Please visit the correct site for your location.

This product is not for sale in United States.

Suitable for 10 - 14 years

This product is not currently available.

To help you find what you're looking for, see similar items below.

This product has not been rated yet.

0 reviews (Add a review)

Delivery information

  • FREE ROI delivery for schools on orders containing at least one paid item.
  • FREE ROI delivery on orders €30 or over
  • €6 delivery charge on ROI orders
    under €30

Book Club orders

  • FREE delivery to schools
  • Books will be despatched after the school's order is confirmed

ROI delivery within 8 working days

Delivery charges and times vary for overseas addresses

Refund and returns policy

Product description

A hauntingly beautiful wartime story with a ghostly twist – this is set to become a modern classic.

It’s the Second World War and, with London becoming an increasingly dangerous place to live, the Lockwood children are whisked away to the Heron Hall, to stay with their Uncle Peregrine in the countryside. But when they discover two strange boys hiding in a nearby derelict castle, the past and present collide. Those in the present will need to learn from the troubles of the past.

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407143576

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

September 4th, 2014

Lexile measure

790L Lexiles are the global standard in reading assessment. They are unique as they are able to measure a child and a book on the same scale – ensuring the right book gets to the right child at the right time.

For more details see What is a lexile?.

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.6; Middle years; 10.0 points

Other details
  • 272 pages
Condition

New

Reviews

This product has not been reviewed yet.

Add a review

What kids think

  1. twitty2014
    on 21 March 2014

    loved it

  2. Spidergirl
    on 9 March 2014

    this book has a lot of mystery and its really enjoyable to watch

    3out of 5
  3. Book-Club-Review-Team
    on 24 February 2014

    Children of the King is a book set in the war. It tells you about these two kids and a mom who have been sent as evacuees from London by their dad. Cecily, Jeremy and their mom, Heloise, have been sent to live in Heron Hall. Do they get on okay? Or do they live there forever?

    I think that this book is good because it has an effect of mystery and you want to keep turning the pages, I also like this book because the characters are like ones that you would met in a normall day which means you can really relate to them.

    This book is probaly for ages 12-13.

    Charlotte, aged 11

    5out of 5