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By Angie Sage

When Aunt Tabby and Uncle Drac head off to Transylvania, Araminta is upset—they're going to be away on her birthday. in spite of the fact that, whilst it seems that her almost-grown-up cousin, Mathilda, should be babysitting, it kind of feels issues could not get any higher. yet Mathilda's introduced alongside difficulty: rowdy teenage ghosts, Ned and Jed, who take heed to not anyone. it is a catastrophe! Can the ladies work out the way to get Ned and Jed out of the home for good?

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Wanda came back and sat down on her bed. She looked really fed up. ” she said. “She’s waking us up and it’s only . ” Wanda squinted at her pink fairy watch for a long time because you have to figure out which of the fairy’s wings is pointing where. It is the stupidest watch I have ever seen. ” “That is why it’s still dark,” I said. I hugged the blankets around me. It was cold and I -51­ could see clouds of my breath on the air. We were in our Monday bedroom, which is my least favorite room. The beds are very old and lumpy and they squeak a lot.

I asked helpfully, since Wanda does not like frogs very much. Barry looked at me suspiciously, just like he always does when I mention his frogs. “No thank you, Araminta. ” “Yes, Dad,” said Wanda. “And Pusskins,” said Brenda. “Yes, Mom,” said Wanda. At last the trunk of the car was closed and Uncle Drac got in. “Take care of my bats, Minty,” he said gloomily. ” I did not reply. “Bye, Dad. Bye, Mom,” said Wanda a bit sadly. ” Brenda made kissing noises out the window. “One for Pusskins and one for you,” she said—then all the windows went up.

Develop . . ” Wanda gave Sir Horace back his news­ paper. Sir Horace looked at the picture again. “Those foul FitzMaurices are knocking down my castle and selling it,” he groaned. “But there wasn’t much of your castle left,” I told him. ” “That is not the point, Araminta,” said Wanda. “Sir Horace loves his old castle. ” Sir Horace’s only reply was to groan once more and put the newspaper over his head. It was just like Uncle Drac had come back to the broom cupboard. -44­ Q Q Q Q When we finally got down to the thirdkitchen-on-the-left-just-past-the-boiler­ room, Nurse Watkins was waiting for us.

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