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The Spiderwick Chronicles

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Tonya Thompson

on 25 February 2011

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Transcript of The Spiderwick Chronicles

Spiderwick Chronicles
Book 5
The Wrath of Mulgrath Authored by:
Tony DiTerlizzi
Illustrated by:
Holly Black Thimbletack
Talking characters Byron Thimbletack Setting:
Estates Magic:

"All my fault, all my fault," Thimbletack said. "I tried to fight; my magic's too slight." A tear rolled down his thin cheek, and he wiped it away angrily. "Goblins alone I might have driven off. The ogre just looked at me and scoffed."
Negotiated with elf and Arthur Spiderwick appeared
Summary: Beginning-
After escaping from Mulgarath the ogre and his goblin servants, the three children head home. When they get back at the Spiderwick estate they discover that the house has been torn apart, and most terrible of all, that their mother has been kidnapped. Even though Mulgarath has his Uncle Spiderwick's infamous Guide, there is apparently something else that he wants from the children. The question is what, and how are they going to rescue their mother without becoming Mulgarath's prisoners themselves? Middle-
The children start out and negotiate with an elf to speak with Uncle Arthur Spiderwick. Thimbletack feels very badly about the fact that he wasn't able to protect the Spiderwick Estate and Mrs. Grace from Mulgarath's horrible goblins; Byron, the griffin, has a useful appetite and the children make it past the gate.

There are some twists and turns. In the end, their journey leads them to where they wanted to go. Problem:
They have to try to rescue their mother and not get kid-napped Solution:
They asked for help along the way
and got unexpected advice. I recommend this book
because it keeps the
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