The Fog Boggarts (Sophie and the Shadow Woods, Book 4)
Linda Chapman, Lee Weatherly
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The fourth action-packed quest in an exciting six book character-led series for 7+ girls who love fantasy, adventure, and high-kicking heroines!Very few people ever enter the Shadow Woods, for these woods are like no others. Hidden deep within them is the Gateway to the Shadow Realm – a dark and chaotic world where all kinds of gruesome creatures live…On her tenth birthday, tomboy Sophie learns she is the Guardian of the magical gateway, and that her destiny is to protect the human world from the goblins, trolls and evil sprites that inhabit the Shadow Woods.Each book sees Sophie having to outwit weird and terrifying creatures from the Shadow Woods, and in this fourth action-packed adventure, we meet the stinky Fog Boggarts!
interested in gazing adoringly at Miss Waters to worry about them. Sophie and Sam emerged into the corridor between their classroom and the art room. With everyone in the hall, the school felt eerily quiet. The open drama cupboard was at the end of the corridor, the stage lights on their stands half in and half out of the store. “Isn’t it dark?” said Sam, glancing around them. “It’s really weird, the way the lights went out just when Miss Waters arrived. I bet it has something to do with her.”
And to think I thought you might have been doing something interesting!” He marched away. Sophie raised her eyebrows at Sam. “A mushroom collecting club?” He grinned. “I know, but at least it got rid of him.” “For now.” Sophie watched as her brother disappeared into the house. “He mustn’t ever know about the shadow creatures, Sam. Remember what Grandpa said – most people can’t handle finding out about them.” “We’ll be extra careful from now on,” agreed Sam. They headed back to the house too.
Sophie. Just because there were Fog Boggarts about didn’t mean that every fog she saw was suspicious. Besides, if they were behind this then she’d feel the magic tingling through her. “Good idea,” she told Sam. But just as they reached the staffroom, they saw Mrs Wilson come out, bundled up in a coat and looking pale. She was with Mr Bryan, their tall, cheerful head teacher. “I don’t know what’s the matter with me,” she was saying. “About fifteen minutes ago, I just started to feel really
muttered Sophie, staring at the supply teacher’s red lips. What was going on? Now her mouth looked totally normal! Miss Waters continued on into the staffroom with Mr Bryan. Sophie blinked as the door shut behind them. Had she only imagined it? “OK, I’ve got a very bad feeling,” she said slowly. “I’ve got a very good feeling,” sighed Sam. “Isn’t Miss Waters lovely?” “What?” Sophie spun round, staring at him. Sam was gazing at the staffroom door. “She’s so beautiful, and I bet she’s really
“Wonderful!” exclaimed Miss Waters. She gave Sophie a fake smile. “Now run along back to class, darling child.” She turned back to Mr Bryan. “I’ll just nip into the art room.” “Nothing would give me greater pleasure than to come with you,” he declared. Sophie saw a look of annoyance flash across Miss Waters’s face, and then the supply teacher smiled. “That would be lovely, Dan.” They walked off together arm in arm. Sophie rushed back to her classroom. “Sam!” she exclaimed, flinging herself in