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by Julie Folkers


Julie Folkers has managed create an atmosphere whereby the human characters act in such a life-like way that . I have 5 copies of Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm in my library at school and it is nearly as popular as Harry Potter especially with the girls

Julie Folkers has managed create an atmosphere whereby the human characters act in such a life-like way that you would believe them to be real. It is not often I find a book that my twelve year old son, my nine year old daughter and myself are all completely engrossed in from start to finish. A book I highly recommend for children, young adults and adults who are children at heart. I have 5 copies of Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm in my library at school and it is nearly as popular as Harry Potter especially with the girls. It is like reading a modern day "Famous Five"adventure in a fantasy world. Karen Gardner, Opawa School, Christchurch, New Zealand.

About Julie Folkers: Julie was born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand, where she is now residing again after . You only live but once and always follow ones heart ― Julie Folkers, Abby And The Hopplescotch Realm.

About Julie Folkers: Julie was born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand, where she is now residing again after living on the rugged West Coast of th. .

Abby is an eleven year-old Hopplescotch, the twin to the gate of the gateway that leads to Hopplescotch Realm. Muriel, a Hopplescotch witcherene, is the keeper of the gate and one of the most powerful witches in this world and the seven realms. Abby has been sent to Muriel as a decoy. The peace and quiet of Beechhorn cove is about to be shattered by the re-emergence of Agn Abby is an eleven year-old Hopplescotch, the twin to the gate of the gateway that leads to Hopplescotch Realm

Abby is an eleven year-old Hopplescotch, the twin to the gate of the gateway that leads to Hopplescotch . Books related to Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm. The peace and quiet of Beechhorn cove is about to be shattered by the re-emergence of Agnes Fairwether, another Hopplescotch witcherene who had tried to overthrow this world ten years before. It appears a switchelstick may have been used on Muriel and Agnes in their last battle.

Julie Folkers writes children’s books that are read all over the world. This is the setting for the majority of her children’s novels after it was introduced in her very first work Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm. Explore her page or contact her on (+64) today. In this piece Julie has ingeniously created various phrases, iconography and settings within the genre of children’s fantasy. Her books have had great success in New Zealand and abroad. Julie has recently completed her adult series. The Keeper of Secrets series. They are about self healing, Reiki, bodytalk and solving the MS mystery ! Julie is visiting school librarians!

There are seven Realms in our story, Hopplescotch, Bungleburb, Zimbler, Rumpleton, Hogglenoggle and .

There are seven Realms in our story, Hopplescotch, Bungleburb, Zimbler, Rumpleton, Hogglenoggle and Griggle. The seventh Realm is only referred to as the seventh Realm, it is pure evil, and no one goes there except Agnes and the Whozells, whom she created. Our story starts with a letter to Muriel saying that Abby, (a Hopplescotch) who is the key to the gate, is being sent to her for safekeeping. Agnes is back and wants to overthrow the Realms. Mozac, a moon rat comes to Muriel’s aid. Mozac is suspicious about the motive for Abby’s arrival.

Children's General Story Books. Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm. By (author) Julie Folkers.

Abby is an eleven year-old Hopplescotch, the twin to the key of the gateway that leads to Hopplescotch Realm. Muriel, a Hopplescotch witcherene, is the keeper of the gate and one of the most powerful witches in this world and the seven realms.

Abby has been sent to Muriel as a decoy.

The peace and quiet of Beechhorn Cove is about to be shattered b y the re-emergence of Agnes Fairwether, another Hopplescotch witcherene who had tried to overthrow this world and the realms ten years before.

It appears a switchelstick may have been used on Muriel and Agnes in their last battle.

Who is who? Is the gateway safe? Abby and her new friends seek to unravel the mystery. They are plunged into adventures with many odd characters from the realms, while trying to save the realms from the evil Agnes.

Childrens fantasy fiction

Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm epub download

ISBN13: 978-0958244831

ISBN: 0958244839

Author: Julie Folkers

Category: No category

Language: English

Publisher: Horizon Press (December 2003)

Pages: 168 pages

ePUB size: 1270 kb

FB2 size: 1541 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 337

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Bys
Reminiscent of some of Diana Wynne Jones' writing, but on a less professional level. A relatively well paced novel with a wide cast of characters and a few quirks to the plot. I did not, however, find the writing style overly enticing (perhaps as I am an adult reading books intended for a younger audience) and it still suffers from a few minor typos. Also, I was a little confused - this is the first book in the series, is it not? The main plot point seemed to hark back to another story, speaking of Agnes defeat at the hands of Muriel (or was it?) which makes me wonder if there is maybe a short story or something out there. If this isn't a follow-up, certain things - such as the fact that Abby's twin (also called Abby) is the actual Key, and the Abby of this story is a decoy, are just confusing. Indeed, I could not quite understand how it was likely to have twins with the same name. Unless one was from an alternate dimension or something.

The creatures that live in the Hopplescotch realm sounded rather intriguing - I would have liked to see more of those and maybe some more descriptions.

Overall, an entertaining enough book, but the writing style seemed a little unpolished and did not flow very easily.
Bys
Reminiscent of some of Diana Wynne Jones' writing, but on a less professional level. A relatively well paced novel with a wide cast of characters and a few quirks to the plot. I did not, however, find the writing style overly enticing (perhaps as I am an adult reading books intended for a younger audience) and it still suffers from a few minor typos. Also, I was a little confused - this is the first book in the series, is it not? The main plot point seemed to hark back to another story, speaking of Agnes defeat at the hands of Muriel (or was it?) which makes me wonder if there is maybe a short story or something out there. If this isn't a follow-up, certain things - such as the fact that Abby's twin (also called Abby) is the actual Key, and the Abby of this story is a decoy, are just confusing. Indeed, I could not quite understand how it was likely to have twins with the same name. Unless one was from an alternate dimension or something.

The creatures that live in the Hopplescotch realm sounded rather intriguing - I would have liked to see more of those and maybe some more descriptions.

Overall, an entertaining enough book, but the writing style seemed a little unpolished and did not flow very easily.
Lianeni
What a great story. I love the fun and excitement. The characters are engaging and work together well.
I really enjoyed reading about the defeat of Agnes.
Lianeni
What a great story. I love the fun and excitement. The characters are engaging and work together well.
I really enjoyed reading about the defeat of Agnes.
Vispel
This was a really good book. I'm a ten year old boy and this book was fun for my mom and I to take turns with. It was too long for me to really read myself, but we traded and read one chapter each night. I can't wait to download the next book! I got an A on the book report I did for school :)
Vispel
This was a really good book. I'm a ten year old boy and this book was fun for my mom and I to take turns with. It was too long for me to really read myself, but we traded and read one chapter each night. I can't wait to download the next book! I got an A on the book report I did for school :)
Hanad
I found the book to be a wonderfully imaginative and creative story where I quickly became fully immersed in the lives of Abby and her friends as they do their own detective work to save the realms. It is full of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing with the introduction of the most charming characters. Each and every character in this book takes on a life of their own and very quickly becomes an integral part of the story.

This book is written with a wonderful insight of people. Julie Folkers has managed create an atmosphere whereby the human characters act in such a life-like way that you would believe them to be real.

It is not often I find a book that my twelve year old son, my nine year old daughter and myself are all completely engrossed in from start to finish.

A book I highly recommend for children, young adults and adults who are children at heart.
Hanad
I found the book to be a wonderfully imaginative and creative story where I quickly became fully immersed in the lives of Abby and her friends as they do their own detective work to save the realms. It is full of twists and turns to keep the reader guessing with the introduction of the most charming characters. Each and every character in this book takes on a life of their own and very quickly becomes an integral part of the story.

This book is written with a wonderful insight of people. Julie Folkers has managed create an atmosphere whereby the human characters act in such a life-like way that you would believe them to be real.

It is not often I find a book that my twelve year old son, my nine year old daughter and myself are all completely engrossed in from start to finish.

A book I highly recommend for children, young adults and adults who are children at heart.
Xig
I have 5 copies of Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm in my library at school and it is nearly as popular as Harry Potter especially with the girls. It is like reading a modern day "Famous Five"adventure in a fantasy world.

Karen Gardner, Opawa School, Christchurch, New Zealand
Xig
I have 5 copies of Abby and the Hopplescotch Realm in my library at school and it is nearly as popular as Harry Potter especially with the girls. It is like reading a modern day "Famous Five"adventure in a fantasy world.

Karen Gardner, Opawa School, Christchurch, New Zealand