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The Dangerous Journey

(Beaver Towers #3)

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Baby B, the little beaver, and his friend Nick the hedgehog fetch Philip to help once again in the quest to save Beaver Towers from the powers of evil. The Prince of Darkness is always just one step behind them and must be defeated.
Paperback, 143 pages
Published 1997 by Puffin Books (first published January 1st 1989)
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Definitely not as good as the first one. Weirdly I didn't realise it was the third in a series when I was a kid and just ... ignored all the references to the second book.

In any case, Baby B and Nick are still super cute.
Lottie Waller
Apr 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
It's not a bad book, certainly not one to recommend for an adult, but not a bad book all the same. I read most of this series in primary school, and the story will always have a special place in my heart. I remember in one of the previous books in the series, the main character, Philip, is left home alone. He answers the phone when it rings, but nobody is on the other end. He then opens his curtains to see a witch stood across the road. Since then, I've always had this little moment of panic whe ...more
Amber Smoke
Mar 03, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: worst-books
Um....this book.
It was bad, bad, bad I really didn't like it as a kid. We read it at school in something like year 4 so I'm not entirely sure what my main reason was for disliking it back then.
One reason I can fathom is that this is in fact the third book. I'm pretty sure this was the one we read and I don't think i read the previous books. So it's possible I didn't get on with the story because I didn't know what the crap was happening!
Georgina Willetts
Pity we didnt get to the end of the book before the end of term.
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