Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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A truly special and unique historical adventure - perfect for readers aged 9+! ’ ... an extraordinary mixture of the historical and fantastic.’ THE GUARDIAN

‘This is a fascinating tale which brings a quest, scuffles, dastardly thieves, and twists galore together in a story which brings alive the culture and people of the time.’ HISTORICALNOVEL SOCIETY

The year is 1350. Boy, a hunchbacked, sweet-natured goatherd, is content in his quiet country life. But when a shadowy pilgrim with a dangerous past arrives on the farm, his world is turned upside down.

Secundus is a man on a mission, and upon first sight of Boy, enlists him as his servant, ripping him away from tranquility and plunging them both into a perilous medieval treasure hunt … but there is more to the pilgrim’s quest than meets the eye.

An unforgettable middle-grade historical adventure, The Book of Boy already feels like a classic.

Two unpredictable and moving twists elevate this adventure into something truly special and unique.

Themes of loyalty, courage and self-acceptance prevail in a story that’s warm, wise and touchingly funny.

Catherine Gilbert Murdock is an acclaimed author in the US, but this will represent her UK debut.

Product Details






Chicken House Ltd

Date published

August 2nd, 2018

Lexile measure


Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.3; Middle years; 6.0 points

Other details

  • 320 pages



UK edition


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