Malachi has the most wonderful adopted family in the world. They love him and tell him stories and bring him food. The problem: Malachi is a boa constrictor and his adopted family are a colony of rats. His particular friend is a young rat named Eve, who does her best to steal tasty treats for Malachi from the farm house. However, the treats seem to be making Malachi sick, and he is growing dangerously hungry. Then, one day, an old enemy comes to visit. She offers a solution to their problem in exchange for a favor. Animals from the neighborhood have been disappearing into a house down the street, and she wants Malachi and Eve to investigate. The local cats say the house is haunted.
I am proud to announce that Malachi and the Ghost Kitten is available in paper and ebook, just in time for Halloween! :)
This is the 2nd book in the Eve and Malachi series. The first book is called Feeding Malachi. The stories are stand-alones, although events will make more sense if you read them in order. These are creepy chapter books for kids 7-12 or (long) short stories for anyone else.
Like the first book, this one has ink illustrations by Sarah Cloutier at the beginning of each chapter. The illustrations are in both the ebook and paper book.
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