The Wolves of Greycoat Hall by Lucinda Gifford

When the Scottish Conservation Society announces plans to reintroduce wolves into the wild, the Greycoat family of Morovia is soon boarding the Trans-Bohemia Express for the land of shortbread and lochs. The Greycoats – Boris and his parents Randall and Leonora – are wolves, after all, and travel is their true passion. Well, travel and good food.

The Wolves of Greycoat Hall swings with a breezy, impish humour that will have readers aged 7–10 turning the pages with a smile. Checking into the Highland Hotel (carpet and curtains all in matching tartan), young Boris learns of plans to demolish the historic Drommuir Castle and replace it with cheap apartments. Local wildlife is threatened, too. But what is the true history of the castle? And what possible connection could it have to the Greycoat family?

This first Greycoat family adventure is a total charmer and I can’t wait to share the fun with young readers and their families.


Mike Shuttleworth is a children’s and YA specialist at Readings Hawthorn.

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The Wolves of Greycoat Hall

The Wolves of Greycoat Hall

Lucinda Gifford

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