Oliver Twist Finds A Home






UWA Press, Australia

I Education, Korea


This book is a companion to Pip and the Convict.


‘Please, sir, I want some more.’ When Oliver Twist, a half-starved orphan, does the unthinkable and dares to ask for more, his hard life at the workhouse is over. But will his next placement – as an undertaker’s apprentice ­ be any happier? In this retelling of the opening chapters of Dickens’ classic, young readers discover the cruel but colourful world of nineteenth century England as Oliver searches for a new home.


Nigel Gray is the ideal writer to adapt the early chapters of Dickens’ epic tale. An ideal children’s picture book. The Age


A picture book for all ages told with integrity and compassion. A book to be treasured. Reading Time


A simple but moving introduction to Dickens’ epic tale.  Bookseller and Publisher