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A spooky linen cupboard in a hotel makes Fliss think there's something not quite right happening in the seaside town of Whitby... I like when one charecter called fliss what triying to find out what was happening and why every night the number 13 was coming on the door bt in the morning there was no number on the door.I diden't really like the part when fliss had a dream that she was walking about and then she saw the hotel or the big gates.

Hello Yellow - 80 Books to Help Children Nurture Good Mental Health and Support With Anxiety and Wellbeing - The language used encapsulated the theme well, and the suspense building throughout was believable. Sall Haggerlythe: An elderly woman who sits in the bus shelter near the children's hotel, and is widely believed to be insane. A creepy story about a second year (Year 11) school holiday to Whitby. Why does Room 13 appear on the stroke of midnight and vanish during the day? Why does Ellie-May start sleepwalking and going into Room 13 every night? And why won't the teacher's believe Fliss and her friends when they tell them what's going on?Fabulous little spooky story! Fliss has a vivid dream the night before her class leaves for a residential trip to Whitby. The dream shakes Fliss up to the point where she doesn’t want to go. But with the light of the next day comes Fliss’ resolve to go and have a good time. This will not be the class holiday she was hoping for. Un horror gotico per ragazzi intrigante e coinvolgente, capace di catturare l'attenzione fin dalle primissime righe. All character from book are really likeable, story line was perfect and my favourite chapter is 13 because it's just amazing. The charecters are very likabel because when there acting you can tell if there rude of there sceared sometime they don't like each other but in the end the are triying to find out what is going on in the hotel. Robert Swindells was born in Bradford in 1939, the eldest of five children. He left the local Secondary Modern School at fifteen to work as a copy holder on the local newspaper. At seventeen he enlisted in the RAF and served for three years, two in Germany. On being discharged he worked as a clerk, engineer and printer until 1969 when he entered college to train as a teacher having obtained five 'O' levels at night-school. His first book ' When Darkness Comes' was written as a college thesis and published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1972. In 1980 he gave up teaching to write full time. He likes travelling and visits many schools each year, talking and reading stories to children. He is the secutatry of his local Peace Movement group. Brother in the Land is his first book for Oxford University Press. He is married with two grown-up daughters and lives in Bradford.

Find sources: "Room 13"Swindells novel– news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR ( January 2008) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message) There is no room thirteen in the creepy Crow's Nest Hotel, where Fliss and her friends are staying on a school trip. Or is there? For at the stroke of midnight, something peculiar happens to the door of the linen cupboard next to room l2. And something is happening to Ellie-May Sunderland, too - something very sinister . . . The events were well written and constructed in such a way that they were easily followed, leading to the inevitable, obvious end. fliss has a bad dream and then she gose to her mum and says i dont want to go to the trip and then the mum says dont worrythis book is about a class that when into an hotel and there was something wrong about it.This genre is horror you can tell because of the front cover and how the girl is opening the door. Yearling (imprint of Random House Children's Books) an imprint of Penguin Random House Children's UK Romanzo di culto del genere horror per ragazzi, La stanza 13 è una tappa obbligatoria che ho saltato durante l’infanzia e mi sono ritrovata a recuperare sulla soglia dei 30 anni. Bene ma non benissimo, mi dicono dalla regia. The story is predictable but I feel that it is more about friendship than the plot itself, as it is re-telling a well- know tale but more from the point of view of an observer rather than the villain or the victim. There is no room thirteen in the creepy Crow’s Nest Hotel, where Fliss and her friends are staying on a school trip. And something is happening to Ellie-May Sunderland, too – something very sinister . . .

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