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Something Wickedly Weird: The Werewolf and the Ibis: Book 1

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Crampton Rock is a peaceful fishing village on a remote island, accessible only at low tide. When Stanley Buggles inherits his great-uncle's house on Crampton Rock, it seems like a perfect place for a long summer holiday. But there's always something to go and spoil it all, isn't there? What is the dark secret of the mysterious sweet shop owner? Why are all the dogs three-legged? Is there really a werewolf on the loose? And what do the old buccaneers want with Stanley? Originally published under the title 'The Wooden Mile'.

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This is Book 6 in the Something Wickedly Weird Series. See all Something Wickedly Weird books here.

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Chris Mould has been gracing children’s books with his quirky, inky artwork since 1991 and has won numerous awards including the prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal. Chris has illustrated for everything from TV to newspapers, and has worked with a variety of bestselling authors. ...

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