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The Ghost of Grotteskew
The Ghost of Grotteskew
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Stitch Head

The Ghost of Grotteskew

by Guy Bass
Illustrated by Pete Williamson

The ghost of Crackbone, a villainous rogue, is haunting the halls of Castle Grotteskew. And if that weren't bad enough, Crackbone claims that Stitch Head's patchwork heart used to belong to him! Will Stitch Head give up to the ghost, or fight for his almost-life?

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
BrandStitch Head
Age Level8-11 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
Trim Size5 x 7 3/4
Page Count208



Carousel magazine - Rowan Stanfield

"Comedy Frankenstein meets classic haunting. . . .A spooky, slapstick tale unfolds as the monsters' theatre production is interrupted for a battle of wits and wills that eventually sees Stitch Head out-doing his nemesis. Cleverly concealed within the farcical plot are touching moments of friendship and self-sacrifice that give the story more depth without it becoming a morality tale. Bursting with twisted humour and amusingly action-packed illustrations, this book would be best enjoyed at night, with a torch under the covers." - Carousel magazine

March 1, 2014

Guy Bass

Guy Bass

Guy Bass is an award-winning writer, author, and stuff. In 2010 he won the Blue Peter Book Award for Most Fun Book With Pictures for Dinkin Dings and the Frightening Things and has twice won the Portsmouth Book Award (Shorter Novel) for his Dinkin Dings series. Guy grew up dreaming of being a superhero – he even had a Spider-Man costume. The costume doesn’t fit anymore, so Guy now contents himself with writing children’s books and drawing the occasional picture. Guy lives in London with his wife and no dog, yet.

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