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Keith Gray

KEITH GRAY grew up in Grimsby, England, and knew that he wanted to be a writer even though he never received top marks in English. Since then, Keith has gone on to write seven books. He won the Angus Book Award and the Smarties Prize Silver Award. Ostrich Boys was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal and the 2007 Costa Book Award. Visit Keith at his Web site Keith-Gray.com.


Author Bookshelf

Creepers

By: Keith Gray

An engaging and original novel about friendship, courage and loss from a writer who knows what fascinates teenagers.

Derwent Drive was known as the longest creep; twenty-five houses all in a row, no bends,...

Malarkey

By: Keith Gray

A new novel from the writer of the outstanding Warehouse

A gutsy, gripping and realistic story about corruption at a high school.

John Malarkey is the new kid at Brook High who uncovers a...



Ostrich Boys

By: Keith Gray

Ross is dead, and Blake, Sim, and Kenny are furious. To make it right, they steal Ross’s ashes and set out from their home on the English coast for the tiny village of Ross in southern Scotland, a place...


Warehouse (Definitions)

By: Keith Gray

A gripping story about a community of runaways.

“I know a place you can go.” It’s a secret place hidden among the run-down buildings of the derelict dockyards where a community...

Creepers

By: Keith Gray

Ostrich Boys

By: Keith Gray;Carl Miller

Ross is dead, and Blake, Sim, and Kenny are furious. To make it right, they steal Ross’s ashes and set out from their home on the English coast for the tiny village of Ross in southern Scotland, a place...