How is a writer made? How is a legend created? After a troubled childhood, Arthur's only comfort is using his extraordinary imagination to write fantastic stories. He creates Sherlock Holmes, a genius detective. At first his stories are rejected, but Arthur is persistent and eventually the public take notice. It isn't long until Sherlock Holmes makes Arthur one of the most famous authors in the world - but what happens when Arthur tries to kill off his hero?
Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 48
Weight: 250 g
Dimensions: 5 x 220 x 280 mm
"Superbly told for readers of 6+, with engaging illustrations" - Guardian
"Whether you enjoy reading biographies, non-fiction, crime books or beautifully illustrated books about books, this picture book will delight you…I was hooked from the start of this life story and highly recommend it for schools, libraries and homes" - Books for Keeps
"Fascinating… The text is lively and engaging throughout and Isabelle Follath’s stylish illustrations full of detail and drama" - LoveReading4Kids
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