By Eoin Colfer
Teenage felony mastermind Artemis chook has a brand new project - and this time it's own. Artemis' mom is dangerously unwell, and the single strategy to discover a healing is for Artemis - with Holly brief through his aspect - to return in time to conflict his more youthful, extra evil self ...Action packed and entire of humour - this name is a must-read for girls and boys elderly 10+.
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The largest, blackest of the rats shook its head. It had an unpleasant sort of smile, Coraline thought. ” The rats formed a circle. Then they began to climb on top of each other, carefully but swiftly, until they had formed a pyramid with the largest rat at the top. The rats began to sing, in high, whispery voices, We have teeth and we have tails We have tails we have eyes We were here before you fell You will be here when we rise. It wasn’t a pretty song. Coraline was sure she’d heard it before, or something like it, although she was unable to remember exactly where.
Coraline decided it was the sound of a scratchy old record being put onto a record player. The hissing became the noise of trumpets, and Miss Spink and Miss Forcible came onto the stage. Miss Spink was riding a one-wheeled bicycle and juggling balls. Miss Forcible skipped behind her, holding a basket of flowers. They reached the front of the stage, and Miss Spink leaped nimbly off the unicycle, and the two old women bowed low. All the dogs thumped their tails and barked enthusiastically. Coraline clapped politely.
The sun was shining, although the day was cold. Coraline’s mother looked in the fridge and found a sad little tomato and a piece of cheese 22 coraline_E 6/11/02 4:18 PM Page 23 with green stuff growing on it. There was only a crust in the bread bin. “I’d better dash down to the shops and get some fish fingers or something,” said her mother. ” “No,” said Coraline. Then she came back and got her purse and car keys and went out again. Coraline was bored. She flipped through a book her mother was reading about native people in a distant country; how every day they would take pieces of white silk and draw on them in wax, then dip the silks in dye, then draw on them more in wax and dye them some more, then boil the wax out in hot water, and then finally, throw the now-beautiful cloths on a fire and burn them to ashes.
Artemis Fowl and the Time Paradox (Artemis Fowl, Book 6) by Eoin Colfer