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Stella Starflake Pearl is eagerly anticipating her next expedition. Suddenly disaster strikes when Stella's father, Felix, is snatched by a fearsome witch. Stella must bring her magic ice princess tiara to Witch Mountain or she will never see Felix again! But no one ever returns from Witch Mountain... Stella, Ethan, Shay, Beanie and reluctant Jungle Cat explorer, Percival, Stella Starflake Pearl is eagerly anticipating her next expedition. Suddenly disaster strikes when Stella's father, Felix, is snatched by a fearsome witch. Stella must bring her magic ice princess tiara to Witch Mountain or she will never see Felix again! But no one ever returns from Witch Mountain... Stella, Ethan, Shay, Beanie and reluctant Jungle Cat explorer, Percival, set off into the unknown. They will face terrifying bat caves, poisonous apple groves, outraged vultures, argumentative mushrooms and deranged broomsticks in their quest to rescue Felix.


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Stella Starflake Pearl is eagerly anticipating her next expedition. Suddenly disaster strikes when Stella's father, Felix, is snatched by a fearsome witch. Stella must bring her magic ice princess tiara to Witch Mountain or she will never see Felix again! But no one ever returns from Witch Mountain... Stella, Ethan, Shay, Beanie and reluctant Jungle Cat explorer, Percival, Stella Starflake Pearl is eagerly anticipating her next expedition. Suddenly disaster strikes when Stella's father, Felix, is snatched by a fearsome witch. Stella must bring her magic ice princess tiara to Witch Mountain or she will never see Felix again! But no one ever returns from Witch Mountain... Stella, Ethan, Shay, Beanie and reluctant Jungle Cat explorer, Percival, set off into the unknown. They will face terrifying bat caves, poisonous apple groves, outraged vultures, argumentative mushrooms and deranged broomsticks in their quest to rescue Felix.

30 review for Explorers on Witch Mountain

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rei Libris

    A year ago, I fell in love with the first volume of The Polar Bear Explorer's Club and its enchanting world. This second book is sadly a bit of a disappointment: the story is not bad, far from it, the world is still interesting but the book has nothing really new to offer. I remember reading about all the others explorers' clubs at the end of the first opus with a promise of new discovery of worlds and monsters. Instead, we have a lazy repeat of the first book: same characters exploring the same A year ago, I fell in love with the first volume of The Polar Bear Explorer's Club and its enchanting world. This second book is sadly a bit of a disappointment: the story is not bad, far from it, the world is still interesting but the book has nothing really new to offer. I remember reading about all the others explorers' clubs at the end of the first opus with a promise of new discovery of worlds and monsters. Instead, we have a lazy repeat of the first book: same characters exploring the same kind of region with the same kind of monsters. In short I had the impression to read the first volume with just a few changes... But well it was still entertaining and I hope the author will find a bit more of imagination for the next one.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    A brilliant adventure taking Stella to an island with terrifying teddy bears, witches and witch hunters, poisonous gingerbread houses, and of course, her trusty friends. I love this series. They’re so much more than just adventure stories - there’s a massive punch of meaning. Felix gives some bloody brilliant advice in these books. I utterly devoured this. It’s safe to say I can’t wait for book 3!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Dreximgirl

    I really enjoyed this sequel to last years Polar Bear Explorers Club. I adored Stella and her friends and seeing them again was great. I loved getting to know more about the world and the twist in Stella's story was really interesting. I really want to know more about Felix and his background and am eager to read more in the series. A fantastic polar read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sophie Anderson

    Every bit as wonderful & thrilling as Polar Bears Explorers Club. Explorers on Witch Mountain is bursting with adventure, danger, friendship, courage & the most imaginative, magical creatures! My children and I loved every moment, and can't wait for more! These amazing books are perfect family bedtime reads.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I can read about these cool kids and their adventures for a very, very long time. Please hand me the next book, thank you.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kim Dyer

    Explorers on Witch Mountain is a brilliant and lively sequel to the excellent The Polar Bear Explorers Club, but please note that it carries on shortly after the first book leaves off. Because of this, I would definitely recommend reading them in sequence to ensure you fully appreciate what's going on! If you enjoyed the first book in the series, I am certain that you will also enjoy this one. The novel this time takes the form of a more controlled adventure, with the protagonists heading out to Explorers on Witch Mountain is a brilliant and lively sequel to the excellent The Polar Bear Explorers Club, but please note that it carries on shortly after the first book leaves off. Because of this, I would definitely recommend reading them in sequence to ensure you fully appreciate what's going on! If you enjoyed the first book in the series, I am certain that you will also enjoy this one. The novel this time takes the form of a more controlled adventure, with the protagonists heading out to a dangerous mountain in the hopes of rescuing Stella's father. However, this does not hamper the pacing at all. Explorers on Witch Mountain is one of those novels that never slows down. The team hop from one adventure to the other, this time facing flying sharks, soul-drinking wolves and a teddy bears' picnic on their mission to face the witch that murdered Stella's biological parents. Bell's world is as whimsical and charming as ever before, taking inspiration from several faery stories but also adding her own creative elements. However, I did start to think that novel was perhaps a little busy this time around. While the party in the previous book was manageable, in this book it increases to five children, a camel, a walrus, a pygmy dinosaur, four faeries, a spirit wolf, a genie and a bag of frogs, making it increasingly difficult to remember what everyone is called! Yet the novel was immensely satisfying to read, ending at the perfect moment to draw this adventure to a close yet leaving plenty open to be addressed by the sequel. The book also carried a wonderful message about racial profiling, with both the attitudes that people take to snow princesses and witches forming the back bone to the novel. It teaches the reader not to make assumptions about people due to their race and background, which is certainly a very important message in this day and age. The cast are still very strong and each character has a distinct personality, yet I did not think that this novel developed them quite as well as the previous one did. While the last book gave each of them something to do, this novel primarily focused on Stella and the others kind of faded to the background. Yet I was pleased by the addition of Cadi to the cast, as it's great to have another strong female protagonist in a story that is otherwise very male dominated. Anyhow, I think that about covers it. I am still loving this series and would certainly recommend it for young readers. I can't wait to get my hands on the next instalment.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amy (Golden Books Girl)

    I thought the Polar Bear Explorers` Club was a wonderful story, and I`m so thrilled that there was a sequel, especially since it too was spectacular. It follows the same main characters as book one: Stella, Shay, Beanie and Edward, alongside the new additions of Cady and Gideon, as they travel to Witch Mountain to rescue Stella`s father Felix from a witch who has kidnapped him, and I adored them all once more. I think Edward may have overtaken Beanie just slightly as my favourite due to him no l I thought the Polar Bear Explorers` Club was a wonderful story, and I`m so thrilled that there was a sequel, especially since it too was spectacular. It follows the same main characters as book one: Stella, Shay, Beanie and Edward, alongside the new additions of Cady and Gideon, as they travel to Witch Mountain to rescue Stella`s father Felix from a witch who has kidnapped him, and I adored them all once more. I think Edward may have overtaken Beanie just slightly as my favourite due to him no longer being a bit of an antagonist like he was at the beginning of PBEC, and his rather dry, flippant humour shining through and making me laugh constantly, but I genuinely adore all of them. Gideon`s reluctant presence on the voyage made for some laugh-out-loud exchanges between the rest of the team, their dynamic together is just generally fabulous and the recurring jokes about wonky squish squish frogs were utterly brilliant. The different creatures and challenges they meet on their journey up the mountain are incredibly exciting too, and it`s great to see them find such clever ways to get out of sticky situations. While I won`t spoil what happens in the climax and at the end of the book, I was in tears throughout, first because of the surprise that they got when they arrived at the top of the mountain, then because Felix is one of the best fictional fathers ever and I love him and then because of the jaw dropping cliff-hanger the book is left on. The next book would have been one of my most anticipated of next year regardless of this ending, but now I can’t wait even more! 5/5

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy Spour

    Another magical adventure for Stella and her friends. Meeting the new characters was my favourite part of the story, Gus being the most brilliant personality. I am now desperately wanting a magic fort and genie to fill it with yummy treats. I’ll definitely be recommending it to the Y4/5/6 class at school.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Curiousity-Library

    I absolutely love Ethan in both books. It’s so easy to read and keeps you guessing. I love the friendship between them all and how it teaches you to still love yourself even if you are different.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Armalite

    Ce deuxième tome est tout aussi délicieux que le premier, voire davantage!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Meggie

    Couldn’t click with this sequel too much. Will remain unfinished.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Holmans

    This book was amazing!! Love the new characters in it! Wonderful author!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Samfriday

  14. 5 out of 5

    Abhijit Mangalgiri

  15. 5 out of 5

    Miss E J Colebourne

  16. 5 out of 5

    Miss Lynham

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Isabelle

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cat

  20. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bethany Sawford

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  23. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Sparrow

  24. 5 out of 5

    Therese Coen

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jake Andrew

  26. 4 out of 5

    Karen

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jodie Humphrey

  28. 4 out of 5

    Claire

  29. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

  30. 4 out of 5

    Evie Campbell

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