Wolven #2: The Twilight Circus by Di ToftWolven #2: The Twilight Circus by Di Toft

Wolven #2: The Twilight Circus

byDi Toft

Hardcover | November 1, 2011

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Werewolves, vampires, furry little monsters: It's a three-ring circus of spooky!

After dodging mutant werewolves and mad scientists all summer, Nat and Woody have joined the Twilight Circus of Illusion, hoping it might bring them closer to any surviving members of Woody's long lost Wolven clan. But instead, the boys encounter a batty batch of evil in the form of a black widow vampire and her horrifying hive! Will they escape her sticky web so that they can search for the noble Wolven? And now that Nat has Wolven blood, too, how is he about to change?

The second book in Di Toft's fast-paced, funny series about a boy and his pet werewolf!

Di Toft lives in Portishead, England, with her husband, their children, and their dog, Dave, who is so ginormous that he can be located by Google Maps. Her debut novel, Wolven, is the first book in a planned trilogy about Nat and Woody's hairy adventures!
Title:Wolven #2: The Twilight CircusFormat:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 8.57 × 5.85 × 1.25 inPublished:November 1, 2011Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545294924

ISBN - 13:9780545294928

Appropriate for ages: 8

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Read from the Book

From Wolven #2: The Twilight CircusSince the summer, Nat had developed some seriously cool improvements to his human senses, and had so far managed to keep them secret. The cool things were:- Long-range, high-frequency hearing- Sixth sense (needed a bit more practice)- Telepathy, also known as the two-way mind-meld thing (ditto)- Super-enhanced infrared visionHis eyesight was awesome. Nat used to need glasses for school; now he could see for miles and, even more amazing, he could see in the dark!But there was a flip side. Nat struggled with self-control, sometimes resenting his new senses as they threatened to take over. Other problems were:- Occasional dog breath and increased flatulence (the latter more difficult to keep secret)- Overdeveloped olfactory glands (which made all smells stronger: see above)- Other people's nasty, dark thoughts (which he really would rather not know)- The eye thing

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Praise for Wolven

"Briskly folds magic and slapstick into a madcap scramble." - Kirkus Reviews, starred review