Stories for 6 to 11 year olds
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THE GHOSTLY GHASTLYS AT THE CASTLE
Before the Ghastlys moved into the Ghostly Ghastly House, they lived at the castle above the town. Find out what the little ghosts got up to when they were there!
Here's Edward and Pegs
Meet them in Eggs, Pegs and an Elephant.
Together they go off to find Edward’s friend, Pieces-of-Eight, from Pizzas, Pirates and a Porcupine.
Along the way they meet lots of animal characters: a news-spreading crow, a hairdresser monkey, and mice hunting in the moonlight.
But then there is a storm – and Pieces-of-Eight is in danger.
Pets and Pirates Series
The pirates come to Evie’s house to dig for treasure. They all have pets – and the little porcupine stays on and makes a new home.
Back on the pirate ship the little elephant is missing his friend. He goes on a journey to find her, getting squished in a balloon and squashed in a tunnel along the way.
Ghostly Ghastlys Series
The little Ghastlys are mischievous ghosts. When they hide the head of the the headless knight, they are in very bad trouble. The other ghosts at the haunted castle throw them out.
Now they must find a new home. That isn’t easy, for the townspeople don’t welcome naughty ghosts into their homes.
Mr McMarvel's Amazing Machines
Mr McMarvel invents machines for the townspeople, and he is hugely popular. Now his workshop is in trouble and may have to close down.
Budding assistant Tim, sends the Bouncing-Nutty-Locator off to find someone to help. Mr D Vious arrives, and gives Tim a far worst problem to solve.