The Kelpie

Trisha J. Wooldridge

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The Kelpie

The Kelpie I can t honestly say I was joking when I suggested to my best friend Joe Prince Joseph eldest son of England s Crown Prince that we could probably find something the police had missed in regards to

  • Title: The Kelpie
  • Author: Trisha J. Wooldridge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 498
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  • I can t honestly say I was joking when I suggested to my best friend, Joe Prince Joseph, eldest son of England s Crown Prince that we could probably find something the police had missed in regards to the missing children After all, eleven and twelve year olds like us did that all the time on the telly and in the books we read When Heather and Joe decide to be SleuthyI can t honestly say I was joking when I suggested to my best friend, Joe Prince Joseph, eldest son of England s Crown Prince that we could probably find something the police had missed in regards to the missing children After all, eleven and twelve year olds like us did that all the time on the telly and in the books we read When Heather and Joe decide to be Sleuthy MacSleuths on the property abutting the castle Heather s family lives in, neither expect to discover the real reason children were going missing A Kelpie A child eating faerie horse had moved into the loch next door The two barely escape with their lives, but they aren t safe Caught in a storm of faerie power, Heather, Joe, and Heather s whole family are pulled into a maze of talking cats, ghostly secrets, and powerful magick.With another child taken, time is running out to make things right.

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    1. April Wood on said:

      I loved T.J. Wooldridge's take on the Scottish water horse myth. Although this is a middle grade novel, I found myself wrapped up in it, eager to turn the next page. The Kelpie, by T.J. Wooldridge is a winner!Heather and Joe --Prince Joseph to be exact, set out on an adventure to discover why children are going missing, dissatisfied with the local police work. To their shock and horror, they discover a Kelpie --a child eating Faerie horse, has moved into the loch next door!They survive, and aren [...]

    2. Jeanette Andromeda on said:

      This is exactly the kind of book I loved to read when I was in middle school.It a story with young heroines and heroes, facing menacing odds against terrifying fey creatures that lurk in the shadows of the real world. Absol-freakin’-utely Love it.-World Building-The world Heather and her best friend (Prince Joesph, whom she refers to as Joe) is so alive with detail, history and magic. You’re introduced to it through the witty and believable voice of Heather. Like how the castle was passed do [...]

    3. Marni on said:

      I would like to thank the publisher, Spencer Hill Press, for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Doing so does not cloud my opinions in any way.A well written middle school fantasy novel The Kelpie brings to life so many things that children that age love to read about. There are fairy tales, folklore, ghosts, talking animals, dangerous situations and all narrated by an eleven year old girl. Readers of all ages will get swept up in to this story.I wanted to give th [...]

    4. Nightwing on said:

      Lock up your children! The Kelpies are coming! Well, one is.No one would have believed them, even if they had tried to tell them, so Heather and Joe are the only ones who know that a Kelpie had taken up residence in the nearby loch. Add in that they are 11 & 12 years old, Joe is the son of England's crown prince and Heather's father is a famous actor, and it begins to become clear why the two of them might have a problem. The adults might help, if they could tell them what is going on, but, [...]

    5. Tara on said:

      I would have given this book 2 stars earlier on on in the story but it started to improve toward the end. I think it started too abruptly and I didn't care much for the characters most of the way through. Most of the language didn't sound like 12 year olds talking and, as a middle school teacher, I have a pretty good idea of how they speak. Perhaps British children are different in their manner of thinking? The story did start to get more interesting later on, so it redeemed itself somewhat. I f [...]

    6. Feather Dust on said:

      What a gripping read! I found myself wanting to keep turning page after page to find out what happens next! Kelpie's have always interested me growing up and being able to read another story about one had me giddy! I received this book through First Reads and was very glad I did!:)

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