The Secret of Nightingale Wood

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Henrietta Abbot, or Henry as she likes to be called, has just moved into Hope House with her family. As much as she wants to settle down and relax, however, she can’t somehow. Her mother is very sick. Henry knows it would do her mother good if she could see her. But the doctor has locked her in her room. And soon the doctor is saying everyone is ill in some way. And that is not the only thing. Is there really a witch in the woods? Who is this creepy man wandering around Hope House? It appears that Henry will have to find out herself, as there is no one she can trust anymore.

This book is beautiful and heartfelt. Henry is a small, adventurous, playful, clever girl, who readers young and old will adore. This book is good for mystery lovers. It starts out as a ghost story, but don’t be scared. It’s not really one in the end. This book is written so well that it’s almost like you’re there. You are trying to solve the mystery; you’re mad at the doctor, and you’re wondering what to do. You almost disappear into the story. Read it – you won’t regret it!

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Author Lucy Strange
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 304 pages
Publisher The Chicken House
Publish Date 2017-Oct-31
ISBN 9781338157475
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Issue December 2017
Category Tweens


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