Byzantium Bazaar

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Oxford University Press, 2004 - Children's stories - 136 pages
Bridie's grandfather has vanished, and the menacing Crickbone brothers have taken over his yard. Suddenly Bridie finds herself all alone in the city. It never looked so strange and threatening before. But then she begins to discover friends in the unlikeliest of places, and ends up meeting Miss Firbanks, owner of the Byzantium Bazaar, a department store where time stands still and dust covers everything. Now all Bridie has to do is solve the mystery of what happened to Gramps, and for that she enlists the help of the street people.
 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
13
Section 4
23
Section 5
29
Section 6
34
Section 7
41
Section 8
45
Section 13
79
Section 14
83
Section 15
89
Section 16
96
Section 17
99
Section 18
104
Section 19
109
Section 20
115

Section 9
53
Section 10
59
Section 11
66
Section 12
71
Section 21
120
Section 22
123
Section 23
129
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Stephen Elboz was the winner of the Smarties Young Judges Prize with his book 'House of Rats'. Other books he has written are 'Ghostlands', 'The Tower at Moonville', 'Temmi and the Flying Bears', 'Temmi and the Frost Dragon', 'A Handful of Magic', 'A Land Without Magic', 'A Wild Kind ofMagic', and 'An Ocean of Magic'.

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