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Edgar & Ellen: Rare Beasts Book Review

Edgar & Ellen: Rare Beasts Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Kidzworld reviews the Edgar & Ellen Rare Beasts book with the weird adventures of the terrible twins Edgar and Ellen in the small town of Nods Limbs!

Author: Charles Ogden

Edgar & Ellen Rare Beasts Info

Edgar & Ellen are a pair of terrible twins whose 'rents are long-gone on a trip around the world. The dastardly duo spend their time lurking in their ratty home in the bad part of the small town of Nod's Limbs and plotting vile pranks and tricks to play on their poor neighbours. In the Edgar & Ellen Rare Beasts book, they have a plan to kidnap the town's cats and dogs to make a fortune!

Edgar & Ellen Rare Beasts Facts

The first book in the Edgar & Ellen series gives you a quick tour of the town of Nod's Limbs, including some of the odd places and weird people who live there. The terrible twins, Edgar & Ellen, are the creepy stars, of course, and their horribly twisted home is full of weirdness from their odd-eyed pet to the creepy caretaker.


Rare Beasts Rating: 4


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