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He messes with a time spell when he shouldn’t, and he and his bookish friend, Weasel, are swept into Victorian England.
No You Tube, no smoothies, no Manga. Not ever again. Not unless Pete figures out how to reverse his bad spell and free Weasel and him from the past. He has until the next full moon. . .only days away.
Excerpt: Here’s the moment Pete and Weasel pop out of this century and land in 1837 England.
Pete turned in a circle, shivering and trying to make sense of what he was seeing. It wasn’t Weasel’s front yard. He was sure of that, unless Weasel’s mom and dad had turned their lawn into a graveyard.
Headstones, some tall, some short, some sinking into the earth and tilting every which way spread out around him.
“Weasel,” Pete called, his voice high and panicked. “Where are you?”
Weasel’s arm shot up from the tall grass between two graves. “Right. Here.”
Now you're equip to fill in the blanks and leave your answers for a chance to win!
3.5 secrets about the author:
1) I love to river raft and survived the Class IV American River Tunnel Shoot even after my guide “left” the boat!
2) I chose to live in a rural mountain area so I wouldn’t have to have curtains or shades. I have claustrophobia +
3) I iron my ________________(Fill in the blank. Some people who follow me know the answer to this.)
3.5 secrets about The Great Time Lock Disaster.
1) This is the second adventure for Pete and Weasel, but the first one that takes them out of their own time and into Victorian England.
2) The ticking clock plays a big part in this story, and I set that up in the first line: “One minute the clock was tick-tocking on the mantel and the next it was a smoldering mess.”
3) Cenozo, the head of the alligator tribe, is a main character in Alligators Overhead, but he’s minor in this second book. His name comes from________________(Fill in the blank.)
This was great fun, C.Lee! Thanks so much for spending time with us. And thanks to all of YOU for participating. Winner will be announced next Wednesday! And here's Alligators Overhead, so you can check it out, too!