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The Hounds of Penhallow Hall Series

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    All the Hounds of Penhallow Hall books in order:

    Book 1: The Moonlight Statue (2017)
    Book 2: The Lost Treasure (2017)
    Book 3: The Hidden Staircase (2018)
    Book 4: The Secrets Tree (2018)

    Book 1
    Book 1

    The Moonlight Statue

    For Polly, moving to Penhallow Hall is the fresh start she's been longing for since the death of her father. Her mum has... More

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    Book 2
    Book 2

    The Lost Treasure

    Polly and her new ghostly friends William, Rex and Magnus wake Li-Mei, the Chinese porcelain Fu Dog from the Red Drawing... More

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    Book 3
    Book 3

    The Hidden Staircase

    At Penhallow Hall, where magical objects come to life, Polly and ghost hound Rex discover a toy dog on the nursery shelf... More

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    Book 4
    Book 4

    The Secrets Tree

    It's Halloween at Penhallow Hall and while celebrations are in full swing at the stately home, Polly and Rex are in sear... More

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