One day on the wild moors near his home, a boy meets a young woman in a long Victorian dress. Could she really be Charlotte Brontë? She certainly has amazing tales to tell of the famous sisters, Charlotte, Emily, Anne, and their brother, Branwell. Her stories reveal how the girls grew to be three of our greatest writers, inspired by the place they loved so well: the wild moorland village of Haworth in Yorkshire.
Produced to coincide with 200th anniversary of the birth of Charlotte Brontë, this book explores how the girls were inspired to become writers and the sensation their books caused when people realised they had been written by women. Each of the sister's greatest novels, Jane Eyre (Charlotte), The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (Anne) and Wuthering Heights (Emily), are simply retold in engaging comic-strip form.