Martha and Mitch

By Helen Laycock

Children's | Paperback, eBook


Martha is humble and unspoilt, despite living a life of utter luxury at Lottery Lodge with her (mostly absent) father and stepmother Penelope. Mitch lives at the boys’ orphanage, a dilapidated mansion run by Ariadne Scattypants. Neither child has any idea about the life the other is leading. Between Lottery Lodge and the orphanage is a dense wood and it is here that a band of wild boys live. Mitch finds himself at their mercy, but somehow manages to scrabble his way out of the woods, emerging at Martha’s wonderful home. However, here, too, things are taking a sinister turn. For readers of 8+



Helen Laycock has penned nine children’s books for readers of 8+. From the seashore to the circus, from the forests to the mountain mists, facing peril, making choices, the heroes are always the children. Mystery, magic and adventure abound across the pages of the following books: Glass Dreams, Salt, Mandrake’s Plot, The Secret of Pooks Wood, Martha and Mitch, Song of the Moon, Charlie Chumpkins. Also writing for adults, Helen Laycock has compiled three short story collections and is currently working on three more; her style encompasses the humorous and the dark… with very little in between. She writes flash fiction and poetry and has had work published in many anthologies and magazines, as well as online.


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Helen Laycock has penned nine children’s books for readers of 8+. From the seashore to the circus, from the forests to the mountain mists, facing peril, making choices, the heroes are always the children. Mystery, magic and adventure abound across the pages of the following books: Glass Dreams, Salt, Mandrake’s Plot, The Secret of Pooks Wood, Martha and Mitch, Song of the Moon, Charlie Chumpkins. ...


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