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Owl Light by Maggie Pearson

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Content-Type Fictional Story
Description "I'm going to be a werewolf!" said Ellie.
Under the owl-light everything changes shape. Ellie disappears at night-time. Could she really be the werewolf Hal dreads in his imagination?
The common is a wild, forbidden place, a place of mysterious sounds, home to threatened badgers and the haunt of intriguing neighbours ...
Summary In some cases, the use of a badger in literature can seem a bit staged, but this book provides an entertaining read - especially for teenagers and young adults who enjoy an interesting and adventurous read. Although it's Out Of Print, this book is still worth getting hold of because it is a good little novel. AND, as the book says, A werewolf is nothing to be afraid of...
Written by Maggie Pearson
Illustrated by Fred Pearson
Photographs by N/A
Written in 1988
Last Revised in 1988
Size 177mm by 109mm (height by width)
Pages 249
ISBN 0-340-65572-0
Publisher Hodder Children's Books
Copyright Owner Maggie Pearson
In Print? Out of Print
Review Date 28 February 2007
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