Harry and the Wrinklies : Alan Temperley :When the orphaned Harry is sent to live with his elderly aunts, he gets the shock of his life. His aunts are far from the dull, frail old ladies he's expecting - Harry discovers he's living with a gang of cat-burglars! Now all he has to do is persuade them to let him join in their daring adventures Harry and his "wrinklies" give the terms elderly and senior citizen a whole new meaning. When Harry is orphaned, he is sent to live with two spinster aunts.
Harry and the wrinklies
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I hope this finds you all well. We meet Harry at the funeral of his wealthy parents and he is being shipped off to live with his ancient Aunties in the middle of no where. As soon as he sees them on the platform he feels so disappointed in how his life is turning out to be. He loved his parents and his life. This is just beginning of the strange happenings that occur around his Aunts. In the first few days, he has more fun with these pensioners than he has ever had in his life and he realises that perceptions can be deceiving. As a child, this book holds all the mystery and danger needed as well as good guys and bad guys.
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Harry and the Wrinklies is a children's novel written by British author Alan Temperley. The book was published in paperback in February by Scholastic. It was Temperley's second published novel, after Murdo's War in When Harry's parents die in an unexplained accident, Harry has to go and live with his seemingly eccentric Great-Aunts. He's anxious about living with elderly relatives, but relieved to escape his cruel nanny, whom he nicknamed Gestapo Lil. He soon realises that the ancient aunts aren't as doddering as he first thought.
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