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No. of pages 160

Great for age 11-18 years
The winner of the 1995 Guardian Children's Fiction Award and its sequel - now available in one book! Powers and his son Boothe, alias MapHead, are visitors from the Subtle World - a world that exists side by side with our own. MapHead is able to flash up a map of any place across his head. In the first book, he is twelve and has come to meet his human mother for the first time. In the second, he is a little older and plays a vital role in helping Jack Stamp and his family. These best-selling and highly acclaimed novels can now be owned together for the very first time in an attractive, top-value bind-up.;Winner of the WH Smith Mind-Boggling Books Award. Also Highly Commended for the Carnegie Award and shortlisted for the 1995 Young Telegraph Book of the Year.


This book is part of a book series called Maphead .

There are 160 pages in this book. This book was published 2011 by Catnip Publishing Ltd .

Lesley Howarth lives in Cornwall and is the author of MAPHEAD, winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, and WEATHER EYE, which won the Smarties Prize. Her last book for Puffin was CARWASH.

This book is in the following series:


This book has been nominated for the following award:

Guardian Fiction Award
This book was recognised by the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize Award. This award was founded in 1967 and winners are selected by fellow writers. It is awarded annually to fiction written for children aged eight and above.

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