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Weird Street: The Riddle of Dr Sphinx

Written by Margaret Ryan

Part of the Weird Street Series

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Weird Street: The Riddle of Dr Sphinx Review

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Entertainingly spooky and delightfully peculiar, Jonny Smith recounts the problem he has on his round when it comes to delivering in Weird Street. He knows he shouldn’t really be frightened of the people who live there but trying even to find the front door of Dr Sphinx’s house can prove pretty tricky. An entertaining and complete first short book.


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Weird Street: The Riddle of Dr Sphinx Synopsis

Guess who lives at number 36? Jonny Smith's paper round takes him along Weir Street. The paper boys don't normally stick around for long and he soon understands why This time Jonny has to deliver a paper to Doctor Sphinx. Will he be brave enough to find out what is lurking in the deep jungly garden?

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ISBN: 9781408104934
Publication date: 01/03/2009
Publisher: A & C Black Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781408104934
Publication date: 1st March 2009
Author: Margaret Ryan
Publisher: A & C Black Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 64 pages
Suitable for: 7+ readers
Genres: Adventure Stories
Recommendations: eBooks

About Margaret Ryan

A former teacher, Margaret Ryan (1944-2019) was one of Scotland’s most prolific and imaginative writers for young people. She wrote the Fat Alfie and Airy Fairy series for Scholastic, the Operation Boyfriend and Little Blue series for Hodder, and two Littlest Dragon titles for HarperCollins. In 2000, she won the Scottish Arts Council Award for The Queen’s Birthday Hat.

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