The Haunting Of Heck House: The Wiggins Weird Book 2 by Lesley LivingstonThe Haunting Of Heck House: The Wiggins Weird Book 2 by Lesley Livingston

The Haunting Of Heck House: The Wiggins Weird Book 2

byLesley Livingston, Jonathan Llyr

Paperback | October 7, 2014

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Monster-mashers and babysitters extraordinaire Cheryl and Tweed are back, along with their friends Pilot and Arnie—and they’re in trouble again! This time, they’re tangled up in some ghostly goings-on: solving the mystery that lies behind the creepy doors of Heckleston Manor, Wiggins Cross’s only genuine haunted house.

 

The gang must face off against a whole new host of horrors, including gargoyles, possessed drive-in movie speakers, and a gaggle of ghoulish ghosts. At the same time, Cheryl and Tweed must defend their babysitting turf against the rival sitters in the town—in a contest of wits, guts and sitter-fu!

JONATHAN LLYR is well-known for being the on-air host and writer for Canada’s nationally broadcast Space Channel from 1999-2007, where he routinely found himself in close contact with major science fiction and fantasy stars and was a voice for genre fans everywhere. Jon continues to write and act in film and television. He lives in ...
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Title:The Haunting Of Heck House: The Wiggins Weird Book 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:280 pages, 8.47 × 5.54 × 0.77 inPublished:October 7, 2014Publisher:PRH Canada Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0143184261

ISBN - 13:9780143184263

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Monster hunters #plumreview The grade B monster loving, unbreakable bond, yes Cheyrl and Tweed are back for another adventure with Pilot, Artie plus three new people Karl aka feedback, Cindy, and Hazel. This time they received a letter for a babysitting contest to take care of a house which is supposed to have kids at it. They get locked in and soon they find that the house is haunted...or is it is the house under control of its self . 1. The house is supposed to be in England. 2. It is supposed to have been blown up, all that should be left is a door knob. 3. Will this book drive you mad with mystery and make you read the book. (I hope you read the book. READ IT! READ IT! READ IT! please read it) WILL YOUR CURIOSITY GET THE BEST OF YOU! I personally loved The Haunting of Heck House, better than How to Curse in Hieroglyphics. Be sure to read How to Curse in Hieroglyphics first for The Haunting of Heck House to make sense. I gave The Haunting of Heck House 5 bats!
Date published: 2017-02-10