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Follow the adventures of Suth, Noli, Ko and Mana, four children from the Moonhawk Kin. They lived 200,000 years ago on the African savannah. The stories tell of survival of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods, monster crocodiles and hostile tribes, that tell of the nature of our world.
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Peter Dickinson is one of the UK's most acclaimed children's writers. He has won the Carnegie Medal twice, for City of Gold and Tulku, the Whitbread Children's Award twice, for AK and Tulku, and the Guardian Children's Fiction Award for The Blue Hawk. He is the author of many books for children, teenagers and adults. He was one of the three shortlisted candidates for the first Children's Laureate, alongside Anne Fine and Quentin Blake, and was shortlisted for the International Hans Christian Anderson Award in 2000. He lives in Hampshire.Review:
"It is a very fine and powerful work, and the matters it touches are universal" Philip Pullman, Guardian; "Not only a thrilling sweep of ideas and images; Dickinson has also created a completely believable and compelling culture and history from a period which has left virtually no trace. Mary Hoffman, Daily Telegraph; "Although Dickinson has already won many prizes, this book is one of his finest achievements yet." Nicholas Tucker, Independent"
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Book Description Mar 01, 2002. Condition: Used: Good. Ex library CD audiobook, usual markings. All CDs present in case with artwork. Quick dispatch from UK seller. Seller Inventory # P_B10-B12_0016_NG_02/18_TBCD