Escape from Zobadak

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Mackinac Island Press, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 332 pages
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When Uncle Gary mysteriously disappeared, all he left behind were a nightstand and mountains of sawdust. Billy Fyfe, 11, inherits the nightstand, but when hes awakened at night by noises from inside, he decides to take a closer look at it. He discovers a hidden panel that opens to an antique maze of wooden corridors. He and his sister Sophie believe that Uncle Gary is hiding somewhere in the nightstand. He has good reason to hide. The sinister men from the Zobadak Wood Company are prowling the neighborhood looking for him and they will stop at nothing. As Billy, Sophie and their two friends, Chris and Maggie, begin to explore the ancient hallways they discover far more than they expect. But the real surprise is waiting for them when they climb back out and discover just how persistent the Zobadak men are. As logic unravels, and their situation grows desperate, Billy must make a terrifying choice: let the police handle things the conventional way, or escape to the nightstand and try one last time to find Uncle Gary before its too late.

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User Review  - reneemrobbins - LibraryThing

I really enjoyed this book! I had so much fun reading it I have decided to share it with my 4th graders, as a read aloud. The story moves fast and leaves the reader wanting to know what is going to happen. Read full review

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User Review  - Bitter_Grace - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this book, with its original, imaginative premise and sense of mystery and adventure. The idea of a nightstand that is far bigger on the inside than on the outside, which opens up into a ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Brad Gallagher is the MEMSPA Children's Chapter Book Award winner and is a Hamtramck Public Schools data specialist and writer. Brad lives in Chesterfield, Michigan.

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