Cauldron Cooker's Night

Cauldron Cooker s Night It s Cauldron Cooker s Night a holiday for witches and Josh and his sister Jozlyn can t sleep When they hear a strange noise outside their window they just know it s a witch on her broom But the wi

  • Title: Cauldron Cooker's Night
  • Author: David Anthony Charles David Clasman
  • ISBN: 9780972846103
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s Cauldron Cooker s Night, a holiday for witches, and Josh and his sister Jozlyn can t sleep When they hear a strange noise outside their window, they just know it s a witch on her broom But the witch is only the beginning of their troubles Soon they set out on a dangerous adventure to save their town from an evil spell Along the way, they ll have to face a hungry oIt s Cauldron Cooker s Night, a holiday for witches, and Josh and his sister Jozlyn can t sleep When they hear a strange noise outside their window, they just know it s a witch on her broom But the witch is only the beginning of their troubles Soon they set out on a dangerous adventure to save their town from an evil spell Along the way, they ll have to face a hungry ogre, a creepy swamp, a mischievous black cat, and lots Worst of all, the witch is waiting for them at the end.

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    1. An All-Around Happy FindSo, here's the thing. First, you have an appealing brother/sister team where each sibling cares for, watches out for and admires the other, (while there is still enough sibling friction that they come across as believable). Then, you have a magical fantasy/adventure that is grounded and "realistic", with excitement, chases, escapes, thrills and a tingle of menace. Finally, you have writing that is a bit more advanced than chapter book level, but still clear, crisp and eas [...]

    2. Josh and Jozlyn live in your typical Medieval-ish fantasy village, with fairy armies and witches' holidays. Our story begins on Cauldron Cooker's Night, a celebration for witches that leaves regular folk cowering under their beds. When the whole town is turned to frogs by a vengeful witch, it is up to Josh and Jozlyn to save them. Along the way they encounter ogres and wizards, magic mushrooms and bog beasts. Master Gramble, the turtle with the brain of a stone, was probably my favorite characte [...]

    3. I loved this book. I will definitely read the other books in the series. In the beginning they have you thinking who the bad guy is and then in the end there is someone even worse. I think that more people should read these because first of all the chapters are short and that is easier to read and make it more enjoyable and second of all the descriptions are amazing and it is not overdone. There were a lot of good similes and the characters, Jozlyn and Josh are the perfect brother and sister. :) [...]

    4. A signed book. Very cool stuff. Picked up this book for 50 cents from a garage sale on Baldwin road. The authors had a booksigning in the nearby city of Lapeer that I missed once I got curious when I found this book by authors local to my area. It is a kiddie fantasy but it has enough depth to keep me interested. Very delightful and fun. =)

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