192 pages, 7.62 × 5.15 × 0.39 in
September 9, 2008
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0887768350
ISBN - 13: 9780887768354
About the Book
Sequel to: The fortress of Kaspar Snit and Directed by Kaspar Snit.
From the Publisher
Until things begin to go wrong, thirteen-year-old Eleanor Blande had hoped that this would be her best year ever. First her father finds himself without work. Then Levon du Plessy-Minsk, the Creature Catcher, threatens to expose Eleanor’s secret to the world. To make matters worse, Eleanor’s mother has developed a fear of flying, and her little brother, Solly, has decided to hang up his Googoo-man superhero outfit forever.
When Kaspar Snit finds his way back into Eleanor’s life, does the notorious evil genius really want her to help him reform and become a regular person? Or is he the one committing such mean and despicable acts as raiding a birthday party and stealing all the bicycle bells in town? And when a collection of priceless jewels from the country of Verulia goes on exhibit, could anyone other than Kaspar Snit be planning to steal it?
Cary Fagan’s enchanting sequel to The Fortress of Kaspar Snit and Directed by Kaspar Snit will have kids laughing out loud as they root for Eleanor and the rest of her flying family.
About the Author
Cary Fagan is an author for adults and children. Among his awards are the Toronto Book Award, the Jewish Book Committee Prize for Fiction, and the Mr. Christie Silver Medal. His picture books are Gogol’s Coat, The Market Wedding, Ten Old Men and a Mouse, and My New Shirt. His novels for children include Daughter of the Great Zandini, The Fortress of Kaspar Snit (Silver Birch Honor Book), and Directed by Kaspar Snit (Silver Birch nominee). Cary Fagan lives in Toronto.
Praise for Directed by Kaspar Snit:
“. . . devious humour and disarming lunacy is a tonic for anyone . . . What makes the story most delightful is Fagan’s thoughtfully nutty humour . . . Sheer fun.” — The Toronto Star
Praise for The Fortress of Kaspar Snit:
“Replete with evil cackles, this is a read-aloud or read-alone that older elementary students will relish.” — The Bulletin of the Centre of Children’s Books