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Andrew Norriss


Andrew Norriss

Andrew Norriss is the Whitbread Award-winning author of AQUILA (Puffin, 1997). He taught English for 10 years before becoming a full-time writer. He has created and co-written several successful British sitcoms, including a few adaptations of his children's books. He lives in Hampshire, England.

Andrew Norriss

Books by Andrew Norriss

by Andrew Norriss - Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Friendship, Social Issues, Young Adult 13+

Meet Floyd. He's a tennis star. Possibly good enough to win Wimbledon one day. Meet Mike. He's... different. Apart from anything else, Floyd seems to be the only one who can see him. But Mike must have appeared for a reason. And finding out why is perhaps the most important thing Floyd will ever do...Mike is the imaginary friend and projection of a repressed wish that won't go away until Floyd confronts both his greatest fear and greatest desire: to succeed.

by Andrew Norriss - Fiction, Friendship
When Jessica sits next to Francis on a bench during recess, he's surprised to learn that she isn't actually alive --- she's a ghost. And she's surprised, too, because Francis is the first person who has been able to see her since she died. Before long, Francis and Jessica are best friends, enjoying life more than they ever have. When they meet two more friends who can also see Jessica, the question arises: What is it that they have in common? And does it have something to do with Jessica being a ghost?