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Witch bell

Witch bell

Lennon, Joan

Pip the orphan and Perfect the stone gargoyle meet up with a mysterious stranger - a man who has actually heard the ghostly sound of a witch bell. Hot on his trail is the Holy Hunter, sniffing out demons and devils. By accident, Pip becomes his quarry. Can Perfect, some red ribbons and a handful of pepper save the day?

Paperback, Book. English. Adventure stories. Children's stories.
Published London: Andersen, 2008
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Statement of responsibility: by Joan Lennon
ISBN: 1842708570, 9781842708576
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Physical Description: 128 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Series: The Wickit chronicles
Subject: Pip (Fictitious character : Lennon) Juvenile fiction.; Middle Ages Juvenile fiction.; Perfect (Fictitious character : Lennon) Juvenile fiction.

Accelerated Reading

Book Level: 6.2
Interest Level: MY
Points: 3
Quiz Number: 216685

Author note

Joan Lennon lives in the Kingdom of Fife, on the River Tay. The Kingdom is said to be shaped like a dog's head. If this is so, her flat is somewhere on the tip of the ear, which explains a lot. She has a husband, four tall sons and one short cat, and plans to go on writing forever.

Reviews

"The fourth title in Joan Lennon's adventure-packed The Wicket Chronicles series"
Junior Education Plus

Back cover copy

'I accuse this boy of being in league with the Devil!'As the flood waters rise, Pip the orphan and Perfect the stone gargoyle meet a mysterious stranger - hotly pursued by the terrible Holy Hunter. But as luck would have it, it is Pip who becomes his quarry. Can Perfect, some red ribbons and a handful of pepper save the day? Or will Pip be overcome by the worst danger he has ever faced?Read and find out!