The Ogre Downstairs

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Bullseye Books, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 182 pages
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When a disagreeable man with two boys marries a widow with three children, family adjustments are complicated by two magic chemistry sets which cause strange things to happen around the house.

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User Review  - V. Briceland - Goodreads

This whimsical tale of a five-child blended family brought together by the mishaps that occur from a pair of mysterious chemistry sets was one of my favorite books when I was in fourth and fifth grade ... Read full review

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This was fun. I know for a fact that my chemistry teacher or any of my science teachers would be horrified by the use of chemicals in this book. The rules "Make sure the instructions are clear before ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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Diana Wynne Jones wrote outstanding fantasy novels for more than thirty years and became one of the most distinguished writers in this field. With unlimited imagination, she combined dazzling plots, an effervescent sense of humor, and emotional truths in stories that delight readers of all ages. Her books, published to international acclaim, have earned a wide array of honors, including two "Boston Globe-Horn Book" Award Honors, the British Fantasy Society's Karl Edward Wagner Award for having made a significant impact on fantasy, and the World Fantasy Society Lifetime Achievement Award. Acclaimed director and animator Hayao Miyazaki adapted her international bestseller "Howl's Moving Castle" into a major motion picture, which was nominated for an Academy Award.

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