Mirabelle In Double Trouble
Mirabelle is going on holiday with her family to a fancy witch resort and she can’t wait! She has promised her parents that she will absolutely not get up to mischief this time. And she really means it too.
The witch resort is everything Mirabelle had hoped for, and more! Better yet, she makes a new friend called Bea. Then Mirabelle makes a worrying discovery-Bea is even more mischievous than Mirabelle, and she quickly finds herself in a whole heap of trouble . . . especially when a dragon gets involved!
Will Mirabelle’s family believe that Mirabelle is (mostly) innocent this time or is it just a case of double the trouble?
Praise for Mirabelle Gets Up To Mischief: From the author of Isadora Moon comes an adorable story that will speak to every child with a naughty side as well as a nice one - and the nail-biting excitement is perfect for younger readers beginning to explore chapter books and read independently. The cheerful two-tone illustrations are beautifully simple, and you can't help but love Mirabelle's cheeky expressions. * BookTrust * Praise for Mirabelle Gets Up To Mischief: Meet Mirabelle, half fairy, half witch, totally lovable and likely to be just as appealing to young readers as her very popular little cousin Isadora Moon, also created by Harriet Muncaster. [ . . . ] There's lots to like and children are endlessly fascinated by characters who struggle with the rules. They'll appreciate Mirabelle's lively first-person narrative style too and the cool black and purple illustrations. You can expect Mirabelle to be working her magic for lots of books to come. * Books for Keeps * Praise for Mirabelle Breaks the Rules: Full to its sparkly covers with crazy capers and enchanting purple and black illustrations, this enchanting series of first chapter books is perfect for early readers who like their glitter with a bit of knockabout, naughty fun. Mirabelle and her madcap family are perfectly created for little girls who are getting bored with run-of-the-mill fairies and princesses, and are eager to get their teeth into something excitingly different. Clever, imaginative, funny and positively fizzing with potions and broomsticks, Mirabelle's misadventures always leave youngsters eager for more! * Lancashire Post *
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