The Silver Casket

The Silver Casket Crampton Rock is a peaceful fishing village on a remote island accessible only at low tide But Stanley has awoken the ghostly world of long dead and buried pirates and they are heading to meet him Or

  • Title: The Silver Casket
  • Author: Chris Mould
  • ISBN: 9780340945063
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Crampton Rock is a peaceful fishing village on a remote island, accessible only at low tide But Stanley has awoken the ghostly world of long dead and buried pirates and they are heading to meet him Originally published under the title The Silver Casket.

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    About “Chris Mould

    • Chris Mould

      Chris Mould is the illustrator of Captain Beastlie s Pirate Party, written by Lucy Coats Chris went to art school at the age of sixteen During this time, he did various jobs, from delivering papers to washing up He has won the Nottingham Children s Book Award and been commended for the Sheffield He loves his work and likes to write and draw the kind of books that he would have liked to have on his shelf as a boy He is married with two children and lives in Yorkshire.Chris Mould spends his working day in one of the prestigious art studios at Dean Clough Mills in Halifax His studio is clearly marked with a skull and crossboned warning as to what might lie within.Chris is not confined to book illustration He has worked for the RSC, the BBC, the FT and many other famous initials, aswell as film development work for Aardman Animations which included character and environment development work on the film Flushed Away.When away from his studio, Chris spends most of his time with his wife Sue and his two daughters Emily and Charlotte.

    650 thoughts on “The Silver Casket

    • I very much enjoyed the first two books in this series and was curious to see if this third volume was as enjoyable as its predecessors. I am happy to report that the series has lost none of its charm and ripping thrills.In the first volume of this series we met Stanley Buggles, who is a smart, courageous, inquisitive, and clever young hero. The setting, the isolated island of Crampton Rock, is just right, with lots of odd residents and hidden secrets. The supporting characters are sometimes cra [...]

    • Stanley Buggles is back at Crampton Rock and something BIG is coming to Candlestick Hall. Can Stanley and Daisy once again save the day?The third entry in the Something Wickedly Weird series brings Stanley and Daisy face to face with the undead. The Ibis, a magical token that had been concealed in the belly of a mounted pike, has been exposed to water and triggered the Awakening, a call to all the pirate undead. Hoardes of pirate corpses rise from their graves, be they on land or at sea, and all [...]

    • I had mixed feelings about the 3rd instalment of Something Wickedly Weird. I was expecting something about Stanley's 'gloomy industrial town' and holidays at the beginning and some of the catching up was a bit clunky. I was more aware of it being a book for primary aged children than the previous two. And at this stage after all the previous adventures, I find the notion of Mrs Corelli the housekeeper telling Stanley off and being the disciplinarian redundant - especially after what Stanley achi [...]

    • I was excited for the Awakening to be in full swing and Angel Cuzco was intimidating. His character could have been utilized a lot more to enliven the story. I was disappointed towards the end. I felt it was anti-climactic. Without giving up spoilers I will say that the anticipation was mounting and then it flopped, ending too quickly to enjoy it. I was amused by how clever Stanley was. Some significant events took place that I enjoyed because they were surprising.

    • I'm really starting to love these books! The writing is fantastic, the dialogue is witty, the illustrations are great! All around, the high quality of these books make wonderful children's books. Thank you, Chris Mould, for writing WELL WRITTEN literature for children! You are awesome!

    • Malcolm says, "I liked it because I really like caskets. Whatever was pirates, I liked. I liked Angel Cuzco, who was the fiercest of all pirates. Now I need to eat some pie. I'll do more interviews later."

    • A good example of "show, don't tell", or rather, a bad example. This is more "tell lots and don't show".

    • Could have done with a little more action, but there were plenty of surprises in the story that kept Seth and I turning pages.

    • ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️for Something Wickedly Weird: The Silver Casket by Chris Mould. Stanley and Daisy meet ghosts and have to protect The Ibis from the threat of hoards of undead treasure seekers.

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