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The Skeleton Tower ➹ [Read] ➵ The Skeleton Tower By Summer Hopkiss ➼ – Thomashillier.co.uk What is the terrifying secret that lurks in the tower of Grovely Road Junior School Why does every child in class Five Oak uake with fear when their teacher the nasty Mr Bratwurst shakes the keys to t What is the terrifying secret that lurks in the tower of Grovely Road Junior School Why does every child in class Five Oak uake with fear when their The Skeleton PDF/EPUB ² teacher the nasty Mr Bratwurst shakes the keys to the tower door Just what does Mrs Peabody the school cook do to the food to make it so utterly dreadfulWhen new girl Suzette Smith gets herself into trouble with Mr Bratwurst she is sent straight up to the mysterious tower But things are not always as they seem and soon Suzette is on a mission to free the creature that lurks in the dusty room at the top a mission that ends up involving the entire school Utter chaos ensues with fainting headmasters and vomiting fathers galore Can Suzette calm everything down in time to save the day.


2 thoughts on “The Skeleton Tower

  1. Jack Jack says:

    Ah that first day at a new school; butterflies in your stomach confusion about what you’re supposed to do and of course who you’re supposed to talk to Ten year old Suzette Smith starts out at Grovely Road Junior school with all these usual worries and when she notices how drab and spooky looking the school building is even fears start to lodge themselves in her young mind Sadly things soon get even worse for little Suzette as she finds herself in the nasty Mr Bratwurst’s class – if a pupil does anything wrong Mr Bratwurst takes out ‘The Keys’ and locks said pupil in the dark decrepit old bell towerSo scared of mean Mr Bratwurst are Suzette’s classmates that the mere jangling of his keys is enough to make them sit in silence for the entirety of the day So when Suzette commits her first crime against Mr Bratwurst’s ridiculous rules it’s straight to the tower with her where a sinister secret lurks in the dusty darkness However all is not uite as it seems and soon Suzette finds herself determined to complete what seems like an impossible missionSummer Hopkiss writes brilliantly and with all the humour and wit of her debut Lilly’s Wand However The Skeleton Tower is perhaps a step up from her previous children’s novella purely because of its sheer charm The characters are delightful and with the story being set in the early eighties there are plenty of fun pop culture references to put a smile on the face of adults reading to their wee onesThe story also transmits the moral of acceptance beautifully; it’s never thrown in the reader’s face and it seems likely that children will slowly come to work this theme out for themselves rather than having it force fed to them in the first few sentences Overall a charming and humorous tale perfect for any parent or guardian wishing to share a fun story with their child


  2. D.J. D.J. says:

    This was a highly original and enjoyable short story


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