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Random House, Aug 31, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Horace 012. That's what's written on the label attached to the old teddy bear Joel finds in a skip. When an antiques expert then visits his school, he discovers it's worth a small fortune! It's exactly what his cash-strapped family need - but how does Joel feel about the possible sudden wealth? He's got enough to cope with already - what with dealing with his family and with his first-ever girlfriend-

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CHRIS d'LACEY is the author of a number of books for Transworld, including several football stories for the Corgi Yearling list. FLY, CHEROKEE, FLY was Highly Commended for the l999 Carnegie Medal. A scientist, Chris lives near Leicester University where he works.

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