Writing top tips: Adventure stories

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Share intrepid adventurer, Charlie Small’s top tips for writing rip-roaring adventure stories with your class

The Charlie Small Journals

Charlie Small: The Mummy's Tomb

Nick Ward is the Custodian of The Charlie Small Journals (David Fickling, £4.99 PB). He ‘found’ the first journal on the banks of a river in Lancashire, and since then six other journals have been discovered in the oddest places, all around the world. Charlie is an eight-year-old explorer who has lived for 400. His journals describe his incredible adventures as he desperately tries to get back home in time for tea. The latest find, The Mummy’s Tomb, has just been published. Visit www.charliesmall.co.uk

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  1. Krizia Montano
    on 26 September 2013

    a great help for starters

    Thank you so much for the ideas on what things should i consider in writing an adventure-filled book. I'm 14 years old and I'm currently working on my 1st book. Those tips are so useful. God bless you

  2. Mags99
    on 27 October 2010

    Adventure Story

    This looks like just what I need to give me ideas for writing some adventure stories with my P5 class.