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Barnesville Public Library J HEI (Text) 33500013469036 New Checked out 10/28/2021
Climax Public Library J HEI (Text) 33500013469044 New Available -

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  • ISBN: 1250302900
  • ISBN: 9781250302908
  • Physical Description: xvii, 330 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2021.

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General Note: "Newbery Honor-winning author"--title page.
Summary, etc.: Twelve-year-old reformed thieves Arthur and Wally's determination to succeed as Novitiates of the Wardens of Weirdwood pits them against the Order of Eldar and the ghosts they released for their own gain.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 8-12. Henry Holt and Company.
Author Notes

Professor William Shivering lives in a house by the sea with three cats and a one-eyed raven named Glinda. When he's not writing true stories about fake worlds, he enjoys walking the cliffs and conversing with the moon. He's the president and founder of CASPR (Coalition for the Appreciation of Shades, Phantasms, and Revenants), a non-profit that provides assistance to disembodied peoples. Professor Shivering employs an assistant, Newbery Honor winner Christian McKay Heidicker, though he seldom if ever takes Christian's writing suggestions. Mr. Shivering is rarely cold.

Christian McKay Heidicker reads and writes and drinks tea. Between his demon-hunting cat and his fiddling, red-headed girlfriend, he feels completely protected from evil spirits. Christian is the author of Scary Stories for Young Foxes (a Newbery Honor book), Cure for the Common Universe, and Attack of the 50 Foot Wallflower and the co-author (with William Shivering) of Thieves of Weirdwood. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Anna Earley is a Midwestern girl living life with a flair for the fantastic along with a coiled, corn snake companion named Moxy. Ever since childhood she has loved creating whimsical creatures and vibrant worlds and characters. That passion led her down the path to become an illustrator. She believes that art has a unique ability to communicate and tell stories that excite the imagination and speak to the soul. When she isn’t drawing, Anna can be found writing, studying history and mythology, roaming the woods, or listening to an ever-growing collection of music.

Subject: Secret societies
Adventure stories
Ghost stories
Adventure and adventurers Fiction
Ghosts Fiction
Magic Fiction
Secret societies Fiction
Adventure stories
Ghost stories
Magic Juvenile fiction
Secret societies Juvenile fiction
Genre: Paranormal fiction.
Action and adventure fiction.
Fantasy fiction.
Ghost stories.
Fantasy fiction.
Paranormal fiction.
Juvenile works.
Fantasy fiction.
Action and adventure fiction.
Ghost stories.
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