Luckily, his safety harness held, but that doesn't stop Slam from being terrified.
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Robin and Chris Lawrie wrote the Ridge Riders books together, and Robin illustrated them
Robin and Chris Lawrie wrote the Ridge Riders books together, and Robin illustrated them. Their inspiration for these books is their son. They wanted to write books that he would find interesting. Many of the Ridge Riders books are based on adventures he and his friends had while biking. Robin and Chris live in England, and will soon be moving to a big, old house that is also home to sixty bats.
Originally published : London : Evans Brothers Lt. 2000, under the title Fear .
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Robin and Chris Lawrie wrote the Ridge Riders books together, and Robin illustrated them. Age Range: 8 - 10 years. Grade Level: 2 - 3. Lexile Measure: 450L (What's this?) Series: Ridge Riders. Library Binding: 40 pages
Muddy Mayhem: The Chain Gang Series - Chain Gang Graphics - Ride 1 3 (Paperback). Robin Lawrie (author,illustrator), Christine Lawrie (author,illustrator).
Muddy Mayhem: The Chain Gang Series - Chain Gang Graphics - Ride 1 3 (Paperback). Paperback 32 Pages, Published: 01/03/2017.
The Chain Gang is a collection of books written by English illustrator and author Robin Lawrie and his wife Christine Lawrie. The series follows the adventures of a group of young mountain bikers. The series follows the adventures of a group of young mountain bikers
Robin Oig rolled the first ball on top of the charge. In a case attached to the limber, they had found some wedges. More than two hundred Gregarach gathered around. Nobody seemed quite sure who commanded the regiment.
Robin Oig rolled the first ball on top of the charge. Robin directed them to use these to raise the barrel to point towards the enemy. Rob looked up, a small crowd of officers had gathered around to watch the fun. Robin Oig motioned them all to stand clear. A ball from Cope’s artillery splashed harmlessly in the swamp about fifty paces in front of their position. Robin Oig lit his slow match and attached it to a pole.