Paul Stewart, Chris Riddell's Fergus Crane (Far-Flung Adventures, Book 1) PDF
By Paul Stewart, Chris Riddell
Unique e-book: 2004 in nice Britain with Doubleday
FERGUS CRANE! you're IN nice risk! i'm SENDING HELP.
Signed T. C., your long-lost Uncle Theo
Fergus Crane has a virtually traditional life—having classes taught by means of fairly bizarre academics at the institution send Betty Jeanne and supporting his mom within the bakery. yet then a mysterious flying field seems to be on the window of his waterfront domestic and Fergus is plunged headlong into a thrilling event! The field is by way of a winged mechanical horse that whisks him off to satisfy his long-lost uncle and his penguin helpers, Finn, invoice, and Jackson. Fergus reveals out that his lecturers usually are not fairly what they seem— they’re really pirates! Can Fergus and his winged horse keep his schoolmates at the far away hearth Island? And who else will he locate there?
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Fergus Crane (Far-Flung Adventures, Book 1) by Paul Stewart, Chris Riddell