Jack Bolt and the Highwaymen's Hideout

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Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Oct 30, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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When a gang of 18th century highwaymen break into Jack Bolt's bedroom, they are in for quite a surprise--they've landed in the 21st century! Luckily for them, Jack agrees to keep their time-traveling secret to himself, if they agree to show him what it's like in the 18th Century. Jack soon realizes that the past is far from safe, and he finds himself caught up in a breathtaking and dangerous adventure.
This galloping and swashbuckling tale will delight all would-be time travelers from beginning to end.

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Richard Hamilton and Sam Hearn are the creators of Cal and the Amazing Anti-Gravity Machine. Richard Hamilton has written picture books as well as fiction for children, and lives in London with his wife and two daughters. Sam Hearn divides his time between working as a bookseller at a bookstore in the United Kingdom and illustrating children's books. This is Sam's fourth book for Bloomsbury.

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