Charlie Small: Frostbite Pass

Charlie Small: Frostbite Pass

Summary

At the end of his fifth journal, Charlie Small rocketed out of the strange and dark Underworld, over desert sands and a snowy white mountain range. With a table cloth over his head and a cushion strapped round his bottom, Charlie parachuted right into the middle of a small, swampy island.

Clutching a mainly blank map that's supposed to help him find the infamous Jakeman, he sets off for the next island, only to find himself face to face with a slimy, stinking, roaring swamp monster . . .

Will Charlie manage to slip through its gloopy claws?

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About the author

Charlie Small

Charlie Small is a keen amateur explorer. His interests include conversing in the secret language of the gorillas, hypnotizing sharks and snow-scooting. He is also rather handy with a cutlass and a lasso. Charlie's current whereabouts is a matter of some speculation, however, his mother assures us that he will be home in time for tea . . .
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