Description - Little Wolf's Big Book of Spooks and Clues by Ian Whybrow
A bumper Little Wolf book combining Little Wolf's Haunted Hall for Small Horrors and Little Wolf, Forest Detective. A second bumper bindup of two Little Wolf novels, to appeal to all new fans of Little Wolf who saw him on television at Christmas. Little Wolf's Haunted Hall for Small Horrors is the third novel about this character, as he and his chums start a school for teaching tricking, treating and walking through walls. Problems occur when their star teacher - The Ghost of Uncle Bigbad - refuses to teach, unless they can find a brute beast who is NOT scared of him - enter Normus Bear!In Little Wolf, Forest Detective, the chums set up Yelloweyes Forest Detective Agency and set out to track the thief of Frettnin Forest, none other than Mister Twister in disguise. When Mum and Dad hear reports of their lack of success, they send the elderly bumbling detective Furlock Homes-Wolf to help them out. More mayhem ensues.
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(205mm x 144mm x 14mm)
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
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Author Biography - Ian Whybrow
Ian Whybrow's many popular successes range from picture books to novels for older children. Best known for his original humour, he always writes with adult readers as well as young ones in mind. He has a brilliant ear for voices, and takes pride in the fact that his work reads aloud very well. 'I loved being read to as a child,' he says. 'And I loved the sense that my parents were enjoying it too. For me, that's the acid test for any book - that there's something in it for everyone to enjoy. Tony Ross was born in London in 1938. He went to art school in Liverpool and has since worked as a typographer for design and advertising agencies. His cartoons have appeared in Punch, Town, Time and Tide and the News of the World. His first book Hugo and the Wicked Winter was published in 1972. Tony has since written over 100 books and illustrated over 2000! Two of his creations, Towser and The Little Princess have been turned into TV series. Tony lives in Wales.