The Space Between (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Never Girls)

The Space Between (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) (Never Girls)

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: 0606269746

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Settling in happily at Pixie Hollow, Lost Girls Kate, Mia, Lainey and Gabby learn that they are to return to their homes, prompting Lainey, who wants to learn the language of animals, to discover a way for them to return to Never Land. Simultaneous.

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“I’ll lead the cat back to the Clumsy house. I’ll use myself as bait.” The queen looked shocked. “I forbid it,” she said. “It’s too dangerous.” “It’s the only way,” Fawn said. “If I don’t, we may be stuck inside the Home Tree forever.” Tink stood up. “You can’t do it alone. I’ll help you.” Fawn was about to say no. But when she saw the fierce look in Tink’s eyes, she nodded. She would need all the help she could get. “Somebody do something!” Mia said. Kate took off her sneaker and

realized who it was. “Milkweed!” Hearing his name, the mouse looked up. He wiggled his whiskers in greeting. Oh no! thought Fawn. If she led the cat to the hollow now, he might go after Milkweed instead. Fawn didn’t want to put the mouse in danger. But she couldn’t keep up the chase much longer. For a second, Fawn paused in the air, unsure what to do. The moment’s hesitation was all it took. The cat saw its chance and pounced. “Fawn!” Tink screamed. “Look out!” Fawn tried to lurch out of

before anyone even knows I’m gone. Mia glanced at her sister. Gabby was caught up in her cartoon. She’ll be fine for a few minutes, Mia thought. Quietly, she slipped off the couch and let herself out the back door. She didn’t see her father, but she could hear him whistling. He was working somewhere around the side of the house. Now was her chance. The loose board was on the fence that separated the yard from their neighbor’s. Mia had to spend a few moments nudging the boards until she found

of the bridge had collapsed into the stream. “We think Bingo must have smashed it when he was chasing fairies.” “Oh no!” Bingo was Mia’s cat. The day before, he’d slipped through the fence into Never Land and caused trouble. “Can you fix it?” “Yes, but it will take a lot of work,” Tink said happily. “I’d better get back.” She waved to Mia and flew off. Tink was always happiest when she had something to fix. The fairies at the bridge all seemed busy, so Mia decided to go to the Home Tree.

of the bridge had collapsed into the stream. “We think Bingo must have smashed it when he was chasing fairies.” “Oh no!” Bingo was Mia’s cat. The day before, he’d slipped through the fence into Never Land and caused trouble. “Can you fix it?” “Yes, but it will take a lot of work,” Tink said happily. “I’d better get back.” She waved to Mia and flew off. Tink was always happiest when she had something to fix. The fairies at the bridge all seemed busy, so Mia decided to go to the Home Tree.

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