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Fangtastic, Ms Wiz

Written by Terence Blacker

Illustrated by Tony Ross

Part of the Ms Wiz Series

Fangtastic, Ms Wiz Synopsis

Ms Wiz Loves Dracula: Ms Wiz is dancing with a stranger - a tall, dark-haired man with long white fangs. Can it be true? The children of Class Five go into action when they realise that Ms Wiz is falling in love. With Dracula! Ms Wiz Spells Trouble: Class Five discover that their new teacher is a witch! She wears black nail polish, she has a talking rat and a special classroom aide - and she uses some very direct action teaching methods!

Fangtastic, Ms Wiz Press Reviews

Fast-paced adventures with a lovely sense of humour. * Ultimate First Book Guide * Terence Blacker's Ms Wiz has black nail varnish and awkward parents my turn into warthogs in these funny stories with much child appeal. * School Librarian *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781842707036
Publication date: 10th January 2008
Author: Terence Blacker
Illustrator: Tony Ross
Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 128 pages

About Terence Blacker

Terence Blacker is a highly respected writer of both adult novels and children's fiction. He has a weekly column for the Independent, and for Publishing News. His childhood ambition was to be a champion steeplechase jockey, but although he did try it after university, he rapidly moved on to bookselling, publishing, and finally found his vocation as a writer. He is passionate about football, and is also a singer-songwriter.

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