The third book in the classic Flambards sequence.
Kathleen Peyton grew up in the London suburbs and always longed to live in the country and have a horse. Although she enjoyed writing stories she wanted to be a painter, and when she left school she went on to study art. At Manchester Art School she met her husband, Michael, and they now live in Essex and have two daughters. Following the success of Flambards, Kathleen went on to write three more books in the sequence, the second of which, The Edge of the Cloud, was the winner of the prestigious Carnegie Medal. And since she has made some money from publishing her books, Kathleen has always had a horse, or several! In the 2014 New Year Honours, Kathleen was awarded an MBE for services to Children's Literature.
`...brilliantly compelling slice of social history' The School Librarian `K M Peyton convincingly portrays the passion, uncertainty and intensity of young love.' Linda Newbery, Armadillo