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Groosham Grange

Anthony Horowitz

Groosham Grange

by Anthony Horowitz

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Published by Philomel Books in New York .
Written in English


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After being expelled from school, thirteen-year-old David Eliot is sent to Groosham Grange, a spooky and sinister boarding school where nothing seems quite right.

Edition Notes

StatementAnthony Horowitz
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.H7875 Gr 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination196 p. ;
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24378187M
ISBN 109780399250613
LC Control Number2007042094

Groosham Grange, Book 2 By: Anthony Horowitz Someone is trying to destroy David Eliot's school. A year ago, he'd have been happy to see the end of Groosham Grange and its ghoulish teachers. Now, he's on course to win the Unholy Grail, a cup of magical power presented to the star pupil. But a series of suspicious mishaps sees the gap between. Sent to Groosham Grange as a last resort by his parents, David Eliot quickly discovers that his new school is a very weird place indeed. New pupils are made to sign their names in blood; the French teacher disappears every full moon; the assistant headmaster keeps something very chilling in his room.

  Hidden away on a lonely island, Groosham Grange is a school that is unknown to the outside world. Pupils forced to sign their names in blood. An English teacher held together entirely with bandages. A soccer ball made of well, you'd rather not : Penguin Young Readers Group. Of course, Groosham Grange was anything but ordinary. As well as the ghost, the vampire and the head with two heads, the teachers included a werewolf, a witch and a three-thousand-year-old woman. All the children there were the seventh sons of seventh sons and the seventh daughters of seventh daughters.4/5(32).

Groosham Grange, Book 1. Anthony Horowitz. Walker, - Juvenile Fiction - pages. 3 Reviews. Sent to Groosham Grange by his parents, David Eliot quickly discovers that his new school is a very odd place indeed. New pupils are made to sign their names in blood; the French teacher disappears every full moon; and the assistant headmaster /5(3). Thirteen-year-old David Eliot was a disappointment to his parents. But to be sent to Groosham Grange? Hidden away on a lonely island, Groosham Grange is a school that is unknown to the outside world. Pupils are forced to sign their names in blood. An English teacher is held together entirely with bandages.


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Groosham Grange was a great book from start to finish (especially the finish) while it did have a magic school involved, the plot was very different than Hp. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. David Merrell. out of 5 stars Really good book /5(57). Anthony Horowitz wrote Groosham Grange before the Harry Potter series came out, yet it is hard to read Groosham without comparing it to Harry Potter.

David Eliot is 10 year old boy who does not know he is a sorcerer until his father recieves a strange letter in the mail inviting David to a special school/5. I read Groosham Grange over the past couple of weeks and i'm now finished. The book was really good and i i enjoyed reading every bit of it.

This is my third book i have read by Anthony Horowitz and i still think he as an Amazing writer. My favorite part about the book was the creativeness about it, it very different from many other books.4/5. For those readers I will just say buy the Groosham Grange books, they're sensational.

In The Unholy Grail/Return to Groosham Grange David has settled into Groosham Grange and has become the school's number one student. However a new boy named Vincent has come to the school and he's quickly stealing David's thunder, and Jill's admiration/5(33).

Also known as: * David Eliot * L'ile des sorciers. Book 1. Groosham GrangeSeries Works: Groosham Grange, Return to Groosham Grange. Groosham Grange Page 1 of 10 For Nicholas CONTENTS 1 Expelled 2 The Prospectus 3 Travelling Companions 4 Skrull Island 5 Mr Kilgraw 6 The First Day 7 In the Dark 8 Christmas 9 A Letter 10 The Inspector 11 The Heads 12 Escape.

13 The Ghost Train 14 Through the Mirror 15 Seventh Son EXPELLED It was dinner time at 3, Wiernotta Mews. Mr and Mrs Eliot were. The prequel to this book, Groosham Grange, came out inalmost 10 years before the first Harry Potter book. David and his schoolmates all have In his second year at Groosham Grange, we find David competing for the coveted Unholy Grail/5.

Groosham Grange by Anthony Horowitz Book Resume: David Eliot's new school is a very weird place. New pupils have to sign their names in blood, and the French teacher disappears every full moon. There are many strange questions to be answered.

Groosham Grange () and its sequel The Unholy Grail () are a very fun YA comedy/horror series, written by Anthony Horowitz. It follows the adventures. Thirteen-year-old David Eliot was a disappointment to his parents.

But to be sent to Groosham Grange. Groosham Grange (Galaxy Children's Large Print). Author:Horowitz, Anthony. Book Binding:Paperback / softback. Book Condition:VERYGOOD. World of Books USA was founded in Number of Pages:N/A.

All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. Standalone Books Series "There's something nasty going on at Groosham Grange " Sent to Groosham Grange as a last resort by his parents, David Eliot quickly discovers that his new school is a very weird place indeed.

Groosham Grange was a great book from start to finish (especially the finish) while it did have a magic school involved, the plot was very different than Hp. Read more. Helpful.

Comment Report abuse. David Merrell. out of 5 stars Really good book. Bought this for our 10 year old /5(56). Groosham Grange is about a young boy, David, who escapes his abusive parents and gets selected to go to a special school off the coast of Scotland.

On the train there, he meets two friends, a boy and a girl, and together the three stick through it at their new, sinister academy. What ensues is a suspenseful mystery that delivers on many levels/5(62). There are lively, comical descriptions of the different classes offered at Groosham Grange and its quirky professors.

Overall, this book will appeal to Horowitz fans who are looking for an adventure story with some horror undertones.— Mairead McInnes, Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School, NY END/5(7). Hidden away on a lonely island, Groosham Grange is a school that is unknown to the outside world. Pupils forced to sign their names in /5(5).

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No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature. See all. Editions for Groosham Grange: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in Twelve-year-old David has exasperated his parents with his underachieving ways for the last time.

As a lucky coincidence, they receive a letter inviting David to attend Groosham Grange just as he is expelled from another school. They're thrilled, especially since Groosham touts its reputation for straightening out malcontents like David.

He and two others he meets on the train there are. The Groosham Grange books are aimed at a slightly younger audience than Horowitz's previous books. This era in Horowitz's career also saw Adventurer () and Starting Out () published.

However, the most major release of Horowitz's early Notable works: Alex Rider, The Power of Five. About Return to Groosham Grange. From the author of the New York Times bestselling Alex Rider series. A year ago, thirteen-year-old David Eliot would have given anything to see the end of Groosham Grange and its ghastly teachers.

Now he’s on track to win the Unholy Grail, a cup of magical power rewarded to the star student. Groosham Grange is a brill book, it is about a boy called David Eliot and he gets expelled from Beton College.

He gets a letter from a school on the coast of Norway called Groosham meets a girl called Jill and a boy called Jeffrey on a train to they get to the train station they find a humpbacked person waiting to drive them to the school/5(5). Groosham Grange by Anthony Horowitz,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3K).

Groosham Grange (Unabridged) audiobook, by Anthony Horowitz When David is expelled from Beton College, his parents don't know what to do with him, until the mysterious letter arrives from Groosham Grange. This school is miles away from anywhere, has one day's holiday a year, and sounds like an awful place to send a child.3/5.