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Title   At The Lake 

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Author   HARRIS J  ISBN   9781869508845  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Harper Collins  Group   Children's B View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Kiwi Books  Terms and conditions
Edition   1 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2011 
Subject   General fiction (Children's/YA) 
Stock Status   Not currently in stock - contact store for availability 
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Synopsis Two brothers, Simon and Jem, are itching to start their summer holiday with their granddad - a whole month at the lake. They have been coming there for years, and know every part of the bays, the bush, the water and the neighbouring farms. It 'belongs' to them, and they can't wait to reclaim their kingdom. But Simon also has scores to settle with Jem, even though their mother has warned them that she's running out of patience with their fighting. The friendly lake has changed, though. There are barbed-wire fences, the farm has become a holding yard for old houses guarded by a fierce dog, and there's a caretaker whose wife and kids look terrified. What's going on behind the new fences? Why can't Simon stop himself from being mean to his brother? And just how far will he go to face up to his fear and find out what's really happening? Jill Harris lives in Eastbourne, near Wellington.

Featured in the Winter 2011 Teen Reads newsletter.
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Featured in the 23 May 2011 New Zealand newsletter.
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