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The Wooden Mile: Something Wickedly Weird, vol. 1

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Based on 336 Ratings and 87 Reviews

Book Description

THE WOODEN MILE VOLUME 1: PIRATES...WEREWOLVES...LOST TREASURE AND A SPOOKY HOUSE

Something Wickedly Weird is most definitely here! Crampton Rock seems like a lovely seaside town...at least until dark. When eleven-year-old Stanley Buggles inherits a house from a mysterious uncle he didn't know he had, he also inherits a mystery and some strange and sinister new neighbors. ... More

Book Information
PublisherRoaring Brook Press
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages176
ISBN-101596433833
ISBN-13978-1596433830
Publication Date09/30/2008
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About Chris Mould (Author, Illustrator) : Chris Mould is a published author, editor, and an illustrator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Chris Mould include The Beast of Crowsfoot Cottage (Shock Shop... more
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11/15/2009 D.M. Cunningham tagged as: I Read

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5/1/2009 SJ Kessel said:
Mould, C. (2007). Something Wickedly Weird: The Wooden Mile. New York: Roaring Brook Press. 1596433833 Stanley, as the youngest living relative of his great-uncle, inherits the deceased man’s hall and all of the wackiness of the people who live in the town of Compton Rock. Stanley leaves h... more

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