By Angie Sage
When Aunt Tabby and Uncle Drac head off to Transylvania, Araminta is upset—they're going to be away on her birthday. even though, while it seems that her almost-grown-up cousin, Mathilda, might be babysitting, it kind of feels issues could not get any larger. yet Mathilda's introduced alongside hassle: rowdy teenage ghosts, Ned and Jed, who take heed to not anyone. it is a catastrophe! Can the ladies work out how to get Ned and Jed out of the home for good?
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Those foul FitzMaurices are knocking down my castle and selling it,” he groaned. “But there wasn’t much of your castle left,” I told him. ” “That is not the point, Araminta,” said Wanda. “Sir Horace loves his old castle. ” Sir Horace’s only reply was to groan once more and put the newspaper over his head. It was just like Uncle Drac had come back to the broom cupboard. -44 Q Q Q Q When we finally got down to the thirdkitchen-on-the-left-just-past-the-boiler room, Nurse Watkins was waiting for us.
I will remember to watch the bats. ” “No, no, it’s not that. Happy Birthday for Thursday, Minty,” he said, and gave me a small squashy present wrapped in cute paper with spiders all over it. For a moment I did not know what to say. And then I said, “Ooh. ” Then he managed to press the right button for once and the window zoomed back up. The hearse moved slowly away, coughing and spluttering, and the Batty About Bats! limo followed. Wanda and I stood at the gate and waved good-bye. The sun was setting and the road looked nice and spooky.
Aunt Tabby looked annoyed because Brenda and Barry had grabbed the best seats. They looked really excited. Brenda had her best pink sunglasses on and Barry was wearing a new blue bowler hat. Brenda was saying good-bye to her cat, Pusskins. “Look after my ickle-wickle pussycatkins, Wanda,” she said in the little girly voice she uses when she talks about Pusskins, -34 -35 Q and she dropped Pusskins into Wanda’s arms. Wanda staggered under the weight because the one thing that Pusskins definitely is not is ickle-wickle.