Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll
Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll
Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll
Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll
Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll
Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll

Emma Carroll 4 Books Collection Set (Letters in the Lighthouse..)By Emma Carroll

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Titles in this set
The Snow Sister
Frost Hollow Hall
In Darkling Wood
Letters from the Lighthouse

The Snow Sister
Ever since her sister, Agnes, died, Pearl has a tradition every time it snows. She makes a person out of snow. A snow sister. It makes Christmas feel a little less lonely. On Christmas Eve, her father receives a letter about a long-lost relative's will. Is their luck about to change? In anticipation of a better Christmas, Pearl goes to beg credit at Mr Noble's grocery to get ingredients for a Christmas pudding.
Frost Hollow Hall
The gates to Frost Hollow Hall loomed before us. They were great tall things, the ironwork all twisted leaves and queer-looking flowers. And they were very definitely shut. Tilly's heart sinks. Will's at the door of their cottage, daring her to come ice-skating up at Frost Hollow Hall. No one goes near the place these days. Rumour has it that the house is haunted .Ten years ago the young heir, Kit Barrington, drowned there in the lake. But Tilly never turns down a dare. Then it goes horribly wrong.
In Darkling Wood
'You're telling me there are fairies in this wood?' When Alice's brother gets a longed-for chance for a heart transplant, Alice is suddenly bundled off to her estranged grandmother's house. There's nothing good about staying with Nell, except for the beautiful Darkling Wood at the end of her garden - but Nell wants to have it cut down. Alice feels at home there, at peace, and even finds a friend, Flo.
Letters from the Lighthouse
We weren't supposed to be going to the pictures that night. We weren't even meant to be outside, not in a blackout, and definitely not when German bombs had been falling on London all month like pennies from a jar. February, 1941. After months of bombing raids in London, twelve-year-old Olive Bradshaw and her little brother Cliff are evacuated to the Devon coast.

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