The Bone Cradle

The Bone Cradle

C.E. Trueman / Jan 20, 2020

The Bone Cradle Still grieving for his father and rejecting his new stepfather Matt desperately tried to get his life in gear with the usual kid s stuff football internet hanging out with friends But when Matt and

  • Title: The Bone Cradle
  • Author: C.E. Trueman
  • ISBN: 9781905621736
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • Still grieving for his father and rejecting his new stepfather, Matt desperately tried to get his life in gear with the usual kid s stuff football, internet, hanging out with friends But when Matt and his friends accidentally stumble across a hidden house with an unusual occupant, Matt is determined to investigate.

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    About "C.E. Trueman"

      • C.E. Trueman

        I have been writing creatively since the age of seven, particularly poetry, some of which has been successful in competitions and appeared in various mixed anthologies.The first poems I had published were in the National Poetry Foundation s publication Pause Churchyard Children in 1993 and She Shore in 1994 I have since gone on to publish others and won or been commended in various competitions, including first prize in the 2005 Winchester Annual Writers Conference Poetry competition Reaching Out sponsored by Penguin Books for Beyond the Sense of Road As a child, I invented several children s storybook characters which I would love to develop as well as compiling my own anthology of poetry In January 2007 my first children s novel The Bone Cradle was published which has been looked at by 20th Century Fox The sequel Grey Amber has just been published and has been available since January 2010 on both UK and US as well as other bookselling websites The first chapter of this novel won second prize at the 2007 Winchester Writers Conference Writing for Children competition I am planning to write the third and final book in the trilogy shortly.Also on the back burner is a children s book based around the Great War, the first chapter of which was Highly Commended in the 2005 Winchester Annual Writers Conference competition for the first chapter of a children s novel for over 12 s sponsored by Little Tiger Press I have read some of my poetry at my local library, at The Crypt in London s Islington which does valuable work in supporting the homeless , with an open poetry group in Bedford and in 2006 at a charity function in the area where I now live I have also hosted creative writing workshops including a poetry workshop for children at my village school who subsequently did me the honour of naming one of their tables after me I have been invited back several times to give talks and book signings at a local private girls school and this year I also visited a local school for children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties to do a workshops with three classes during Book Week Features include the Writers Promote page in Writers Forum magazine, several times in the local newspaper The Biggleswade Chronicle, a snippet in The Sun, book reviews in the Beds on Sunday, The Advertiser newspaper and the Chronicle, a two page spread in Discover Bedfordshire magazine and a feature in The Comet newspaper.


    1. It is no exaggeration to say that this is a book that you cannot put down. It is a beautifully written story about a ten year old boy named Matt and his encounters with a mysterious and unusual person, by the name of Tobias. Matt is just an ordinary boy, dealing with his father’s death and a new step father as best he can; then he meets Tobias and we realise that here is a boy who, in many ways, is mature beyond his years. What I loved about this book is the portrayal of Matt and the way he th [...]

    2. Although this is a book written for younger readers, as an adult I found it very interesting and it's definitely a page-turner. As you read the book you can tell it is written very much with the aim of educating the younger reader; there are so many things to learn as you read. I learnt lots that I didn't know about whales and about Proteus syndrome! (the disease suffered by 'The Elephant Man'.) It's a heart-warming book with a good moral message about not judging others by their appearance. Chi [...]

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