The Bloodsucker PDF ePub eBook

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  • Publisher: Nightingale Books
  • Data Published: 26 March 2015
  • ISBN: 1907552677
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  • File Size: 54MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 106 pages
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Damien and Matthew are adventurers and risk-takers, although Peter, the eldest, is the natural leader of their group. They look to him for guidance in all matters, and he's always looking to prove his worth by setting and taking on 'dares'. 'The Bloodsucker' is a childhood myth the boys don't quite believe but dare not ignore. It is a toad that squats near their den - a dilapidated hen hut - that Peter claims is able to suck their blood. Mr Hogg is another challenge. He dislikes mischievous boys and they fear him nearly as much as they fear the toad. The boys try to avoid his harassing and bullying as much as possible. Whilst Peter is in charge, the others have their moments. Matthew, for example, instigates a treasure hunt - little is he aware of the consequences that will evolve. Suddenly, when the boys find themselves in a difficult situation - not made any easier by Peter - they are forced to turn to their adversary, Mr Hogg, to help them. Even as the situation seems hopeless, can Peter prove himself as the leader?

About David Peckett

David Peckett was born on a farm near Barnsley, South Yorkshire. He spent a lifetime in education, starting as a classroom teacher in 1964 and retiring in 2001 as Senior Inspector for Primary Education in Wakefield. As such, he has always had a special interest in children's literature. Despite a serious physical disability caused by a childhood misfortune, his spirit of adventure has taken him all over the world. He has travelled within Europe, to Africa, America and both Polar regions. His last book concerned an overland journey to Nepal and the first recorded trek to Mount Everest in 1968.

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    Jadwiga
    17 April 2016

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