National Trust: The Secret Diary of Kitty Cask, Smuggler's Daughter

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National Trust: The Secret Diary of Kitty Cask, Smuggler's Daughter by Philip Ardagh, and Jamie Littler

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By Philip Ardagh, and and, Jamie Littler

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5 reviews

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08 Sep 2020

Kitty Cask is a smugglers daughter and in this book is a diary about the events her father and herself get up to over an amount of days. She goes through a lot of secrets, like blowing up a cave at night, going secretly to see her fathers great adventures,and along with dad, goes to prison. She has so many daring adventures because she is a smugglers daughter and a daring ascape from prison makes her and her father even more daring. My favourite character is Kitty because she is so daring and adventurous and secretive and I sometimes share secrets with my friends.

04 Aug 2020

Very interesting and funny would say 7-9 yr olds or to teachers for an enjoyable educational class read

My favorite character was kitty as she was a brave independent woman

20 Jul 2020

This book is amazing for people who love excitement, smuggling and danger.

13 Aug 2019

Interesting

11 Aug 2019

Just like the other 'Secret Diary' books, this fictional story has a brilliant plot and likeable characters, whilst at the same time teaching you all about smuggling in Cornwall in the 1800s. I would recommend this book.

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