Tom West does not want to move from Dog Kennel Lane to Oak House in Meadowville. He has lived his entire eleven years there - so many happy memories. But sometimes in life a change can bring a whole new range of surprises. He will soon find that Oak House is not all that it appears. It is a place where dreams seem so real. Where characters like Riddle Pog can step out of the imaginary and need Tom's help. Linda Brown's An Unusual Hero opens up a vivid world of imagination for young readers where Tom West assumes the magical position of the previous owner of Oak House and sets out on a journey to save a wonderful world of creatures from evil.
Linda Brown is a wife, mother and grandmother who has lived in Solihull, Birmingham for most of her life. She was educated at an all-girls high school where she left with secretarial qualifications.
Her four grandchildren are her inspiration for writing children's stories.
I find Linda Browns book to be very exciting with twists and turns all over the place, a wonderful story for children and would 100% recommend to anyone with children or a passion for children's literature
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