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The Spook's Apprentice

Advantages: Very Well written, good for a range of ages,
Disadvantages: will be hooked from the moment you pick it up!

The Spooks Apprentice is the first installment in a range of Teens horror books. The Spook is a man whos job is to rid the land of witches, boggarts, ghouls and all the things that 'go bump in the night'. After the death of his apprentice, he employs a ne ...

ChuckNorris13 19.12.2011 · Read full review
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Review of The Spook's Apprentice - Joseph Delaney

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Brilliant book about things that go bump in the night!!!

Advantages: Easy to read and get in to
Disadvantages: A little scary for younger readers

This book is incredible and is definatley worth reading if you like mildly scary reads. Joseph Delaney use's words with such style and is an amazing author producing this amazing book. The story follows Tom Ward who is Apprentice to the local spook. Tom m ...

hippo224 12.03.2010 · Read full review
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The Spooks Apprentice

Advantages: Very good description, You wont want to put it down!
Disadvantages: Quite a long book, however if you liked it as much as I did, it wont take you long to finish it.

The Spooks Apprentice is about a boy who is training to be a spook, a spook is someone who fights witches, boggarts etc............ In order to be a spook you need to be the seventh son of a seventh son, because if you are then you will hear certain thin ...

rwareing 26.12.2009 · Read full review
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Starting School - A useful book for children and parents

Advantages: Colourful illustrations
Disadvantages: None

Starting School is written by Allan Ahlberg and illustrated by wife Janet. It was first published in 1988 by Viking Kestrel and republished in 1990 by Picture Puffins. Janet and Allan created some of the world’s most popular children’s picture books, in ...

bluecrystal511 19.01.2013 · Read full review
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Excellent book with great characters

Advantages: Excellent characters and story
Disadvantages: Sad parts of the book are really emotional

Sapphire Battersea is the second of three books in the Hetty Feather series by Jacqueline Wilson. The books are: 1. Hetty Feather 2. Sapphire Battersea 3. Emerald Star I actually picked up the third book in my library recently, not realising at first th ...

bettyboop2002 17.09.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Sapphire Battersea - Jacqueline Wilson

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