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The Pizza Gang: Facing the Witch

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 5 Ratings and 5 Reviews

Book Description
When the neighborhood witch is out to get you, you'll do just about anything to avoid her! That's how twin brothers Joe and Ben, along with their best friend Katie, wound up volunteering to sort through the lost property at the police station. When they uncover a beautiful hat sent to a bride-to-be during a war decades ago, they find themselves in the middle of a mystery that needs solving. Dete... More
Book Information
PublisherEloquent Books
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages80
Publication Date07/01/2009
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About Maureen Hume (Author) : Born and raised in Tasmania, Australia's island state, I spent most of my early years running blissfully free on a sheep farm. When I wasn't helping my mother feed multitudes of sheep shearers I was h... more
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10/19/2009 Maureen Hume said:
Here is a review of my work by Betty Corbin Tucker of Independent Professional Book Reviewers. As I read The Pizza Gang by Maureen Hume, I was impressed with how quickly the author gives the main characters unique personalities through her description and dialogue. Ten-year-old Katie, along wi... more

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