!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Skary Childrin and the Carousel of Sorrow ⚣ Author Katy Towell – Plummovies.info

!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Skary Childrin and the Carousel of Sorrow ⚣ Author Katy Towell – Plummovies.info Twelve Years Ago, For Days Straight, The Town Of Widowsbury Suffered A Terrible Storm, Which Tore Open A Gate Through Which Escaped All Sorts Of Foul, Rotten Things Strange Things And Strange People Were No Longer Welcomed In Widowsbury, For One Could Never Be Sure Of What Secrets Waited Under The Surface Adelaide Foss, Maggie Borland, And Beatrice Alfred Are Known By Their Classmates At Widowsbury S Madame Gertrude S School For Girls As Scary Children Unfairly Targeted Because Of Their Peculiarities Adelaide Has An Uncanny Resemblance To A Werewolf, Maggie Is Abnormally Strong, And Beatrice Claims To Be Able To See Ghosts The Girls Spend A Good Deal Of Time Isolated In The School S Inhospitable Library Facing Detention But When A Number Of People Mysteriously Begin To Disappear In Widowsbury, The Girls Work Together, Along With Steffen Weller, Son Of The Cook At Rudyard School For Boys, To Find Out Who Is Behind The Abductions Will They Be Able To Save Widowsbury From A Year Old Curse


10 thoughts on “Skary Childrin and the Carousel of Sorrow

  1. Kim Kim says:

    From August 2011 SLJ Gr 4 6 Twelve years ago, a ferocious storm tore through the town of Widowsbury, unleashing evil forces Now, the residents view any strangers with distrust And so when Mr Zoethout arrives in town on the storm s anniversary, it is no surprise that his vending cart full of sweets is ignored by the local children At Madame Gertrude s School for Girls, Adelaide, Maggie, and Beatrice have their own problems the new librarian, the first person to ever


  2. David David says:

    Skary Childrin and the Carousel of Sorrow by Katy Towell is the story of three unusual girls, classmates at Widowsbury s Madame Gertrude s School for Girls, and their efforts to save the town of Widowsbury and its inhabitants from a 12 year old curse.Twelve years ago, for 12 days straight, the town of Widowsbury suffered a terrible storm, which tore open a gate through which escaped all sorts of foul, rotten things Strange things and strange people were no longer welcomed


  3. Collin Collin says:

    The characters were brilliant Anyone who reads this book, even if they didn t like reading, would agree that they re fantastic Maggie, for example, does the thing we always want to do beat up the bullies We feel sorry for Adelaide because it really isn t fair, the way they treat her I don t know about the rest of you, but I would have comforted Beatrice And Mrs Merryweather was believable they ll deny it, but there are teachers who just hate you for no reason.It s good for all a


  4. Margo Hook Margo Hook says:

    I LOVE KATY TOWELL S WEBSITE AND I CAN T WAIT TO SEE WHAT SHE HAS COME UP WITH FOR HER BOOK SHE IS VERY TALENTED AND BEFORE WE ALL KNOW IT SHE WILL BE GETTING MOVIE OFFERS FOR HER SKETCHES GOOD LUCK AND CAN T WAIT FOR MORE NEW STUFF ON AT WWW.SKARY.NET I LOVE KATY TOWELL S WEBSITE AND I CAN T WAIT TO SEE WHAT SHE HAS COME UP WITH FOR HER BOOK SHE IS VERY TALENTED AND BEFORE WE ALL KNOW IT SHE WILL BE GETTING MOVIE OFFERS FOR HER SKETCHES GOOD LUCK AND CAN T WAIT FOR MORE NEW STUFF ON A


  5. Cristi-Lael Cristi-Lael says:

    This was cute A good middle grade horror book Not too scary, but lots of intrigue And, as most middle grade books do, it had a good moral at the end I enjoyed it.


  6. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    This book reminded me somewhat of Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children but I liked this book muchThe scary children are Adelaide, Maggie, and Beatrice They have been isolated from the rest of their peers, at the Madame Gertrude s School for girls, by the headmistress Mrs Merryweather She blames the three girls for just about anything that goes wrong so that they are in a constant state of punishment When the twelfth librarian, to work with the girls, reaches the school she is This book remind


  7. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    I m confused as to whom the audience for this was supposed to be It s rather dark for children but too juvenile for adults maybe YA Well, one thing is certain, with the title Skary Childrin it definitely isn t a book you want to give your children if your goal is to increase their spelling skills This novel has a wonderfully eerie cover, but it offersthan it has to give I mean, before Skary Childrin there was , and and and and , so many countless other creepy I m confused as to whom the audience for this w


  8. Natalie Carey Natalie Carey says:

    This was good It took me a long time to slog through, despite it being middle grade The story was interesting enough, and the illustrations were great a couple were super creepy, which was awesome I just felt like I had to force myself to read it because I still hadn t finished it But it did go much quicker through the second half, once I sat myself down and dedicated real time to it One gripe I have is that the only boy the girls interact with ends up being the most active character in t This was good It took me


  9. Kimmie Kimmie says:

    I enjoyed this book a lot I think that some of the illustrations for the age demographic were pretty scary but would work for the higher juvenile ages in like 8th 9th grade Towell creates a wonderful story full of messages about right and wrong as well as a guide to bullies in a kids everyday life It has a dark feel that I think would really spark middle school kids interest and maintain their attention I am glad to see that Katy Towell has a published book out as I am an avid YouTube fan of I enjoyed this book a lot I


  10. Mary Mary says:

    I love Katy Towell please check out her website childrin r skary and watch the awesome videos and this is a pretty good freshman attempt at a novel, but there are too many places where it feels like she s making it up as she goes along for this to be a really effective plotting The characters are wonderful as is the moral of the story and the illustrations are freakin amazing I wantedof them Maybe, though, Towell should write graphic novels.


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