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Title:The Riddles of Epsilon
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Christine Morton-Shaw
Publisher:Katherine Tegen Books
ISBN:0060728213
ISBN 13:
Number of Pages:384
Category:Fantasy, Young adult, Mystery, Fiction

The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-Shaw

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Riddles of Epsilon Something dark has awoken on the remote island of Lume .

Jess is not pleased when her parents drag her off to live on the weird little island of Lume But then she encounters an eerie presence in an abandoned cottage and her anger turns to fear when it begins to lead her through a series of creepy riddles As she slowly unravels the mysteries of Lume she finds the writings of Sebastian a boy who lived one hundred years ago and whose life contains unsettling reflections of her own To her horror the dangers he unearthed in now begin to threaten Jess and her family and if Jess does not unlock the riddles in time she may lose her mother foreve

The Hunt for the Seventh

A haunted mansion Six dead children A garden of statues br br With every step he takes around the carefully manicured grounds of Minerva Hall Jim is haunted by the ghosts of children long dead whom no one else can see Urging him to find the Seventh the children leave him cryptic clues pointing to a devastating ancient prophecy that only he can stop from being fulfilled br br Jim befriends another boy Einstein who lives at the Hall Einstein is autistic and very very smart If anyone can help Jim find the Seventh perhaps he can Einstein clearly knows more than he is saying At the same time the dead children seem to be leaving Jim some sort of macabre treasure trail br br If Jim doesn t figure out the clues innocent people will die But how can Jim find the answers while the dangers of the Hall grow ever more threatening And even if he can the real question is is Jim already too late br br Linking ancient rites with modern mystery Christine Morton Shaw has crafted an eerie thriller that will keep readers guessing until its startling conclusion


The Riddles of Epsilon

Something dark has awoken on the remote island of Lume br br Jess is not pleased when her parents drag her off to live on the weird little island of Lume But then she encounters an eerie presence in an abandoned cottage and her anger turns to fear when it begins to lead her through a series of creepy riddles As she slowly unravels the mysteries of Lume she finds the writings of Sebastian a boy who lived one hundred years ago and whose life contains unsettling reflections of her own To her horror the dangers he unearthed in now begin to threaten Jess and her family and if Jess does not unlock the riddles in time she may lose her mother forever


Wake Up, Sleepy Bear

John Butler introduces his beloved baby animals to a new setting in this book creating inviting scenes of a new day dawning in a forest All of the animals from cuddly bears to tiny furry mice wake up in their different nests and homes and then gather together to welcome a newborn fawn into the world With a lively rhyming text and beautiful textured paintings that fill every page this is sure to become a favorite good morning book p About the Author Christine Morton Shaw and Greg Shaw are a husband and wife team Christine is also the author of seven other picture books They live in Sheffield England with their children p p John Butler is the illustrator of i Whose Baby Am I i and many other books for children He lives in England p


Picnic Farm

Two children use a farm s products to prepare a picnic


Itzy Bitzy House

A whimsically humorous story told in verse is complemented with funny full color illustrations on every page of this entertaining picture storybook A poor little mouse stands out in the rain wishing he could find shelter in the itzy bitzy house down a twisty lane While he s feeling sorry for himself along comes furry purry pussycat so the mouse must run and hide Next comes a dog who frightens the cat then a goat who frightens the dog But at last there appears a wrinkly crinkly man with twinkly winkly eyes He s the fellow who lives in the itzy bitzy house and he has a pleasant surprise for all the frightened rain soaked animals


Mr Jack

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Don't Worry William

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Magoosy

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The Wakey-Wakey Party

John Butler introduces his beloved baby animals to a new setting in this book creating inviting scenes of a new day dawning in a forest All of the animals from cuddly bears to tiny furry mice wake up in their different nests and homes and then gather together to welcome a newborn fawn into the world With a lively rhyming text and beautiful textured paintings that fill every page this is sure to become a favorite good morning book


Bears For Bedtime Storybook Collection

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