Titch and Mitch 3: The King of the Castle by Garth Edwards
  

Titch and Mitch 3: The King of the Castle

Written by Garth Edwards
Illustrated by Max Stasyuk
Part of the The Adventures of Titch & Mitch Series

5+ readers   

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Titch and Mitch are minding their own business flying back to their island on their magical bicycle when they are swept up by the biggest bird they’ve ever since and taken to a king in a castle. Locked up with the King’s witch in a tower they are more than a bit frightened. Will they ever get out of this mess?

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Titch and Mitch 3: The King of the Castle by Garth Edwards

Kidnapped by the King of the Castle to make pixie soup, Titch and Mitch are in trouble again, yet they still find time to free cuckoos from cuckoo clocks, save the crab queen’s crown and solve the mystery of Echo Quarry (all with a little help from their friends).
It’s not easy being a little pixie in a big world. Welcome to the world of Titch and Mitch!

About the Author

Garth Edwards

Garth Edwards began his professional life as a biochemist. He developed his literary talents telling the Titch & Mitch stories to his children. Years later, he told the same stories to his grandchildren, who didn’t understand why they couldn’t buy Titch & Mitch at the bookshop. Finally, Garth bowed to popular demand and wrote the stories down. Garth Edwards lives in the Wirral, with his wife Patty and dog, Juno.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 8

Author

Garth Edwards
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Publisher

Inside Pocket Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2010

ISBN

9780956231529

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