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A Gaggle of Goblins (Hardcover)
Evidence1. A snicker. Soft but clear.2. The mess3. White teeth gleamingin the shadows
Possibilities1. Vampires2. Ghosts3. Goblins4. Werewolves5. Fairies
To do1. Record evidence in logbook2. Do not tell Mom and Dad 3. Read (again ) The Little People: A Comprehensive History ofHobgoblins, Pixies, Brownies, and Sprites4. Set a trap5. Set up motion-sensor camera6. Ask Will and Franny for help?
About the Author
Suzanne Harper is the author of "The Secret Life of Sparrow Delaney". She has also written four nonfiction books, numerous newspaper and magazine articles, and several plays. She earned degrees in English and journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and a master's degree in writing from the University of Southern California. As part of her research for "The Juliet Club", she studied Shakespeare, stage sword fighting, Elizabethan dance, and Italian. She also visited Juliet's House in Verona, Italy, and spoke to volunteers at the real-life Juliet Club. Suzanne Harper lives in New York City.
“A satisfying tale for skeptical tweens, who will eagerly await Poppy’s further adventures.”
“Two worlds collide in this jaunty and easily digestible story of magic and domestic mayhem.”
-The Horn Book
Praise for The Secret Life of Sparrow Delaney: “An unexpectedly poignant meditation on loss in a quick-moving plot about ghosts and the spiritual mediums who communicate with them.”
-Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Praise for The Juliet Club: “As frothy as the foam on a cup of cappuccino, this is a perfect summer read for girls with a touch of romance in their hearts.”
“Plenty of drama—on- and off-stage—will keep readers in their seats.”