Children's Laureate 2001-2003
Carnegie Medal 1989, 1992
Whitbread Award 1993, 1996
Guardian Fiction Award 1990
Three young friends take turns to tell their creepiest stories.
The children of Weir(d) Street are lazing about one sunny day when they challenge each other to tell stories of all the odd goings-on in their neighbourhood.
A grandfather's guilt at the long-ago death of his twin brother, a young waiter whose rude customers get more than they bargain for, and a hard-working boy who finds himself blessed by a golden-haired stranger - the Weird Street tales are full of drama and suspense!
Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 8+.
If you enjoyed these stories, there's more from Asim, Laila and Tom in Back on Weird Street.
Tales from Weird Street is a book by Anne Fine for solo readers. It was published by Barrington Stoke on 15th February 2017.