The Wooden Mile Doc Ó 176 pages Download

Book The Wooden Mile

The Wooden Mile Doc Ó 176 pages Download Ô THE WOODEN MILE VOLUME 1 PIRATESWEREWOLVESLOST TREASURE AND A SPOOKY HOUSESomething Wickedly Weird is most definitely here Crampton Rock seems like a lovely seaside townat least until dark When eleven year old Stanley Buggles inherits a house from a mysterious uncle he didn't know he had he also Ful lot like pirates With the help of Mrs Carelli a housekeeper and a talking stuffed fish Stanley begins to unravel the mysteries that haunt his great uncle's death and have set their sights on him A thrilling spooky and funny read and the first installment of a kid pleasing new serie This is a great scary series for books who enjoy phillip Ardagh or a silly story with a scary theme The illustrations that go along with the story are great and it is a little high interest low level going on here Not to mention I love talking fish and how do you confuse a pike and a tuna Grades 3

Mobi Å The Wooden Mile ´ Chris Mould

Ad he also inherits a mystery and some strange and sinister new neighbors The uestions begin to pile up Why are all the dogs in town three legged Why is no one on the streets after dark Is it true that the man who runs the candy shop is a werewolf And why do those shoemakers look an aw The Wooden Mile Something Wickedly Weird is a delightful book written by Chris Mould for 9 to 12 year olds but I’m a few years past that and I loved it It is published by Roaring Brook PressIt is the story of eleven year old Stanley Buggles an ordinary boy who received a letter informing him that his Great Uncle Bartholomew who he’s never met has died and left his estate and and all of his possessions to Stanley It is decided that Stanley should visit the estate Candlestick Hall in Crampton Rock When he arrives he discovers a strange town where the people stay locked in at night Stanley solves the mystery only to encounter another oneThis book has a fun story line that children will enjoy plus fantastic illustrations This is the first in the Something Wickedly Weird series

Chris Mould ´ The Wooden Mile Reader

The Wooden MileTHE WOODEN MILE VOLUME 1 PIRATESWEREWOLVESLOST TREASURE AND A SPOOKY HOUSESomething Wickedly Weird is most definitely here Crampton Rock seems like a lovely seaside townat least until dark When eleven year old Stanley Buggles inherits a house from a mysterious uncle he didn't know he h How would you feel if you were just an 11 year old boy whose uncle had just mysteriously passed away with his head missing and it's your job to figure out what happened Well the award winning author Chris Mould's book The Wooden Mile had Stanley a young boy go through this disaster Stanley receives a house in Crampton Rock from his uncle who he'd never seen before It all seems nice until he notices something that doesn't make sense in the town Nobody is ever out in dark and all the dogs are three legged He builds a bond with a group of drunken clumsy pirates who have a challenge for him Kill the candy shop owner Supposedly he's a werewolf and he starts to believe this Stanley grabs the only gun in town and shoots him right between the eyes He doesn't get in trouble with any angry pirates and goes back to his small city life back home being a hero of Crampton Rock I believed these 176 pages to be one of the funniest and darkest books I've ever read I absolutely loved looking forward to being able to read this book after school It was a relatively uick read with about a picture per chapter It had me on the edge of my seat laughing like I've never laughed before or clenching my fists in horror page by page waiting to see what happens next I felt the author's voice in his writing throughout this book This is not the beginning of the story It is simply a convenient place to begin What lies ahead is a dark and twisted tale pg 7 8 I love the way he writes it feels so real like my dad or mom would read my a bedtime story My second favorite uote from the book proves the one flaw in the book The plot is the interesting part Nothing about Stanley or any character is intriguing it's what happens that they react to nobody comes to life in the book or is super outstanding Sure they have some personality but not much The uote states I always sleep well It's what I do best pg 45he isn't cracking a joke recoiling back like a gun after being shocked he's simply sleeping It's something we all do This goes on for a while in the story It has gained some attention from publishers and websites Macmillan publishers had this to say This fantasy series for children is full of spooky and hilarious fun As the review from this states it's for children and I would agree I would recommend this book to a young boy around 10 14 years old because that's what it appeals and entertains towards This book hasn't won anything but the author has won an of Nottingham Children's Book Award The author isn't known for any books but has made a series out of this book and another series called pocket pirates which I think I should read considering I loved this book so much This book isn't like many others It's not all happy and giddy but it's a mysteryfantasy book with slight comic relief I would say this book is similar to books like the Sherlock Holmes series or Nancy Drew In summary I enjoyed this book uite much