The Sword in the Grotto (Araminta Spookie Series #2)

The Sword in the Grotto (Araminta Spookie Series #2)

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The Sword in the Grotto (Araminta Spookie Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Minjiwon More than 1 year ago
A great follow up to My Haunted House. Araminta Spookie is such a great character and the trouble she gets in and out of is so fun to read about.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this very much, its a mysterious, wounderful tale
jen11 More than 1 year ago
HY'I'm jennifer
I really like your bboks they are so interesting I'm not a type of person that likes reading but once i started reading the books that you wrote I'm getting interested but I thought that you probaly only had wrote 2 books when I went online and found out that you had a wole series I've been looking forward to reading all of them.In school we do what is called a book talk I've been took out the book and presented on it. I tried to purseade people to read that book when I told them how cool and interesting it was I asked how many had gotten interested in reading that book I was really happy that so manny people were interested.I want to say thanks for writing this book its a 5 star book.The boks below are some of my favorite.
the_hag on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this one as much as the first one. In The Sword in the Grotto, Araminta must figure out the perfect birthday present for Sir Horace's 500th Birthday (he's a ghost). This volume finds Uncle Drac in a bit of a pickle and our two intrepid adventurers shoveling bat poo and exploring deep, dark caves. It is a trip out to a mushroom farm that nets them an idea for the perfect gift for Sir Horace...but will this trip through the secret passage and into the secret grotto be their last? You simply must read The Sword in the Grotto and find out how Araminta and Wanda overcome the biggest of obstacles and find out if they get that sword for their favorite 500 year old ghost! Overall, this is a quick easy read that would work well as a read aloud (for about ages 3-6) or an excellent chapter book for ages 6-9, older kids probably won't enjoy this simply because it's more of a campy type of creepy than spin-tingling type of creepy and the illustrations are a nice accompaniment to the story! Both of my kids will be happy to read the next book in the series when it comes out...and this one so clearly left the door open for yet another Addams family type of ghoulish fun fest!
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Returned shocked to see a cat in her cave. Her eyes widdened and she dissapeared. In a split second al odf her poistions and stuff were gone. She moved to a different location and she whispered. Im sorry Icetail.
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