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Behind the Twisted Fence - sample chapters x 4
They shouldn’t have said that magic was forbidden. Then Zelie might not have gone searching for it.
The only place on the island Zelie hasn’t explored is behind the twisted fence. Something terrible happened there 10 years ago but, because magic was involved, nobody is allowed to say what.
Around school, kids whisper stories about giants, witches and other mythical dangers. The only thing Zelie believes completely is that magic can’t be as bad as everyone thinks…
…until she gets to the other side.
A tale of forbidden magic, danger and mystery that begins ten years after Jack and the Beanstalk.
Find My Wow - sample pages
“I lost my WOW! What can I do?
I need help from you,” says Blue.
Having lost his WOW, Blue seeks help from a quirky friend called Fred who will not quit until Blue gets his wow back. Before you know it, fun-loving Fred is whisking Blue away on a zany rhyming quest.
“You could try to juggle fruit, and ride one wheel and toot the flute.”
“Build a rocket out of cans? Hire an astronaut called Hans?”
“You should dress up like an ape, pretend you’re locked up, then escape.”
Soon, Blue discovers that even doing something strange, is so much better than doing nothing at all.
This rhyme will warm you up inside and put the spring back in your stride.
Especially if you’re feeling down, this book can help you shed your frown.
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Shadow Creepers - sample chapters
These are sample chapters of Shadow Creepers by James Hewison
A story of courage as unlikely young teammates face a frightening enemy and discover friendship where they least expect it.
Beware the Bear - sample content
A good time and a romping rhyme
For ages six to ninety-nine
Nick was in the mood to find a new way home
To see new things and be free to roam
He didn't fully grasp what his Gran was trying to say
Beware the bear, she warned. But he was on his way
He bounded through the trees and he paddled by the lake
It wasn't till the tunnel that he made his big mistake
He stomped and sang and echoed. It was tons of fun
But now the bear's awake. Well, there's nowhere to run
With a little more care he would have tiptoed past the bear
But now the bear's awake he has to trick his way out of there
How's he going to do it? The answer's really cool
I don't want to ruin it, but this I can tell you
It's more than a story, it's a rhyme with a flow
So read it out loud. Go on, give it a go