The Diamond of Drury Lane

The Diamond of Drury Lane

A Cat Royal Adventure

Paperback - 2009
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Catherine "Cat" Royal, an orphan who lives at the Drury Lane Theater in 1790s London, tries to find the "diamond" supposedly hidden in the theater, which unmasks a treasonous political cartoonist and involves her in the street gangs of Covent Garden and the world of nobility.
Published: New York : Roaring Brook Press/Square Fish, 2009.
Edition: 1st Square Fish ed.
ISBN: 9780312561239
Branch Call Number: YA GOL
Characteristics: 424 pages :,map ;,19 cm.


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May 21, 2016

Loved this when I was young and love it now. Absolutely amazing. I highly suggest it to anyone and everyone.

Tam_Girl12 Apr 28, 2012

Good read.

Apr 03, 2012

Everything about this book is brilliant--the way the characters talk, the things the characters do, and the way the author wrote it all...I love it. Wish the library had more of her books.

Captain_America Nov 11, 2011

SUPER AMAZING BOOK!!!! There should totally be a law that says that everyone has to read her books! Best author in the WORLD! But it's really sad that the library only carries some of her books and not all of them. :(

Oct 16, 2011

I just loved this book, my friend recommended it to me, and i thought ok, i read it and now i have completely changed feelings! I LOVE IT! Julia Golding, thank-you for writing this amazing book!

Aug 24, 2011

absolutly an amazing book, full of adventure and suspense!

Captain_America Apr 26, 2011

Wonderful series! Would recommend to everyone of all ages!

Jul 20, 2010

Highly recommended! An excellent book packed full of adventure, mystery and humour. A great book for young teens and primary school students who love to read.


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Oct 13, 2012

Violet_Dog_115 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

Captain_America Apr 26, 2011

Captain_America thinks this title is suitable for All Ages


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Captain_America May 22, 2011

Cat Royal is an orphan living at the Drury Lane theater in London, England. As she mets up with new friends and mysterious old ones, she is very cautious about who she can trust. This title includes:a hot air ballon ride, an african violinest, the heir to dukedom. a mysterious diamond, a vilianous street rat, a chimney sweep, a butcher, a boxing match, a near death experience, (or two), a cartoonist, a wanted criminal, a night in jail, a lucky release, and another ballon ride.


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Aug 24, 2011

Reader, you are set to embark on an adventure about one hidden treasure, two bare-knuckle boxers, three endimies, and four hundred and thirty-eight rioters. it is told by an ignorant and prjudiced autor-me.


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