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Between Two Ends

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 283 Ratings and 98 Reviews

Book Description

When Yeats and his parents visit his grandmother's creepy old house, Yeats reunites a pair of pirate bookends and uncovers the amazing truth: Years ago, Yeats's father traveled into The Arabian Nights with a friend, and the friend, Shari, is still stuck in the tales. Assisted by the not-always-trustworthy pirates, Yeats must navigate the unfamiliar wo... More

Book Information
PublisherHarry N. Abrams, Inc.
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages304
ISBN-100810997142
ISBN-13978-0810997141
Publication Date05/01/2010
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About David Ward (Author) : I am a Canadian children's author. I also teach and research in children's literacy in Oregon.
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5/20/2011 Suzanne Morris said:
5stars Yeats Trafford, age 12, visits his grandmother, who lives in a creepy house which has more than the usual creeks and moans. The garden seems able to sense Yeats presence, especially near the old wishing well. From that weird experience, Yeats uncovers an old pirate bookend that was “ki... more

tags: I read, pirates arabian nights

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