Emmy and the Rats in the Belfry

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by Lynne Jonell

the third in a series of funny, exciting, shape-shifting adventures.  Be sure to read all three!

Turned into a rat at the end of Emmy’s second adventure, Emmy and the Home for Troubled Girls, evil Miss Barmy is determined to make Emmy pay.  Even in her “ratty” state, Miss Barmy will stop at nothing to get what she wants. She continues on being the meanest of the mean in her self-absorbed quest to use anyone and anything to achieve her goals.  Adoring Cheswick can’t figure out why she wants so much revenge on Emmy.  He hopes they will always remain rats but of course he will do anything the love of his life, says. Miss Barmy doesn’t want to be a rat. She REALLY wants is to be human, and beautiful, again.

Miss Barmy steals Sissy, because she has the ability to make her human again.  She plans an elaborate scheme that Emmy must undo to save her rat friends and regain the respect and trust of her parents.  (Something Miss Barmy has been involved in undoing too.)  With her human friends Ana and Joe, two elderly Aunts, her best rat friend Raston, along with an army of rats and bats, Emmy stages an improbable rescue. It’s improbable, but it’s the only plan they’ve got!  Read the next part of their adventure to discover how it all works out – you’re in for a lot of squeaks and surprises along the way.

Check out Ratson’s blog, Ratty Speaks and read more about the other great books by this author at Lynne Jonelle’s website.

4 thoughts on “Emmy and the Rats in the Belfry

  1. I’m glad you’re enjoying the series too. Have you read The Secret of Zoom? It’s by the same author – great writing, but totally different idea. Well maybe not totally. She makes interesting, unique bad guys. Happy Reading!

  2. Thank you for telling me about this series! I took your advice and started with the 1st book, read the 2nd one quickly and finished the Emmy and the Bats in the Belfry just last night. Keep giving suggetions and book reviews. I like your thinking.

  3. Hi Jenny,
    Thanks. Thanks for the book suggestion to review too.
    Glad you like the snow! Wish we could get some fo real.

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