Spindlewood: Pip and the Wood Witch Curse: Book 1 - Spindlewood (Paperback)
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Spindlewood: Pip and the Wood Witch Curse: Book 1 - Spindlewood (Paperback)

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Paperback 176 Pages / Published: 06/01/2011
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The great walled city of Hangman's Hollow is at war with the forest outside.

Into this war, one dreadful winter's night, fate delivers a skinny, helpless boy.

But maybe Pip isn't as helpless as he seems. Maybe he is the one who will defeat the wood witches and rescue the children of Hangman's Hollow ...

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9780340970690
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 175 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 14 mm


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Praise for the Something Wickedly Weird series: 'Engagingly illustrated ... cheerful, fast-moving romp.' * Carousel *
A haunting tale that will leave the reader wanting more * Parents In Touch *
The story is extremely enjoyable. It is imaginative and intriguing, with some clever and sinister illustrations * School Librarian *
'From the moment they claw their way out of a graveyard you know you are onto a winner.' * Publishing News *
'Fast-paced and accompanied by Mould's own dark illustrations, The Wooden Mile is a riveting read for newly independent readers.' * Bookfest *
The scratchy, jagged designs romp across the page, sometimes spilling onto the next on in their exuberance ... Young readers will gallop through this book, loving the excitement and the menace, and will soon be begging for the next book in the series * The Bookbag *
A riveting yarn that is thrilling and haunting by turns * Junior *
'A splendid mix of Gothic horror and cartoon-style fun.' * Bookbag *
'the first in a thrilling new series' * Halifax Courier *
Fantastic illustrations bring the book to life * Bournemouth Daily Echo *
'a riveting yarn that is thrilling and haunting by turns' * Junior *
Fantastic illustrations bring the book to life. * Bournemouth Daily Echo *
The story is extremely enjoyable. It is imaginative and intriguing * School Librarian *
A fast-paced spooky mystery that will appeal to many! * Mumsense *
A haunting tale that will leave the reader wanting more. * parentsintouch.co.uk *

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“Could've been better”

This is the first Chris Mould book i have read and was not the best introduction to the author. The book was very bitty and skipped between stories way to often. There was too much crammed in to such a small book and... More

Paperback edition
26th August 2013
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“Could've been better”

This is the first Chris Mould book i have read and was not the best introduction to the author. The book was very bitty and skipped between stories way to often. There was too much crammed in to such a small book and... More

Paperback edition
18th July 2012
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