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Bruce Coville


USA flag (1950 - )

Bruce Coville was born in Syracuse in 1950. He first became interested in writing when he was in the sixth grade, and started writing seriously at the age of 17. He married in 1969, aged 19, and started collaborating on books with his wife, Katherine Dietz, an artist. They have three children. He had many other jobs along the way, including toy maker, gravedigger, cookware salesman and assembly line worker, finally sticking with teaching until his first book was published in 1977. Bruce has published over sixty books since then and now has more than 12 million copies in print.
 
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Chamber of Horrors
1. Amulet of Doom (1985)
2. Spirits and Spells (1985)
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Enchanted Files
1. Diary of a Mad Brownie (2015)
2. Hatched (2016)
3. Cursed (2016)
4. Trolled (2017)
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Bruce Coville recommends
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Demon Keeper (2007)
(Demonkeeper, book 1)
Royce Buckingham
"One of the most enjoyable books I've read in a long time."
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The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher (2014)
(Misadventures of the Family Fletcher, book 1)
Dana Alison Levy
"Dana Alison Levy has gloriously reimagined the classic family story into a thoroughly modern mold, and it works perfectly!"
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Weave a Circle Round (2017)
Kari Maaren
"Kari Maaren's Weave a Circle Round is deeply engaging, wildly imaginative, and frequently mindbending. Its central mystery grows ever more perplexing as the book hurtles toward its remarkable climax, with final pages that will have readers turning back to the beginning to see how the author has indeed woven her enchanted circle."

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