Two Weeks with the Queen
Reissue of author's first children's novel, originally published in the UK in 1989 by Blackie and Son Limited, and in Australia in 1990 by Pan Macmillan under the Piper imprint. Story follows the experiences of young Colin, sent to stay with relatives in England because his younger brother is seriously ill with cancer. Colin reasons that if anyone can cure him it would be the Queen's own doctor. He sets out to find the doctor, making an understanding new friend on the way. Ages 8-12 years. Author's other novels for children include 'Misery Guts' and 'Belly Flop'.
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Colin Mudford is on a mission. His brother Luke has cancer and Colin has been sent to stay with his aunt and uncle in London while his parents care for his brother through the final stages of cancer ... Read full review
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“Two Weeks with the Queen” shows the extent people go to in order to save the lives of loved ones. When Colin’s younger brother Luke becomes seriously ill with leukaemia, he is determined to get the ... Read full review
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