Pip and the Twilight Seekers by Chris Mould
A Spindlewood Tale (Book 2) (Spindlewood Tales)

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Dark, creepy, and magnificently illustrated, this is a new series not to be missed!
Pip is in hiding, trapped in the great walled city of Hangman’s Hollow. The sinister Jarvis roams the streets, seeking out children wherever he can find them. And now he has a deadly ally. With his friends Toad and Frankie, Pip must seek out Jarvis in his dark forest stronghold, and strike a blow for the city’s lost children.
 

About Chris Mould

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Award-winning author Chris Mould has written and illustrated many books for children, including the Something Wickedly Weird series. He is married with two children and lives in Yorkshire, England.
 
Published May 14, 2013 by Albert Whitman & Company. 192 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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There are murky goings-on in Hangman's Hollow and Spindlewood Forest as Pip, Frankie and Toad continue the tale begun in Pip and the Wood Witch Curse (2012).

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Pip learns that this isn’t such a wonderful place after all when Toads tells the story of Mister Jarvis, Captain Dooley and the dark forest.

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Gr 4–6—This book continues the adventures of Pip, Toad, and Frankie after their narrow escape from the child-snatching creatures of the Spindlewood forest. But they aren't out of the woods yet, because they must still be wary of Jarvis, the two-faced city warden. He captures children under the au...

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