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Review for The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig

Review for The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig

The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig (The Misadventures of Merdyn the Wild) by Simon Farnaby, Claire Powell , Blue, Humour, Children's Books, Guinea Pig, Magic, FantasyA hilarious laugh-out-loud novella for World Book Day featuring Bubbles the Guinea Pig~

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Friday’s Page 69 ~ Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup by Andy Sagar

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup by Andy Sagar

Girl, Cat ears, Fantasy, Magic, Yesterday Crumb and the Storm in a Teacup by Andy Sagar, Children's Books
Mr Wormwood led them into a small grove. the leaves of trees were all different colours: plum pinks, goldenrod yellows, dragonfly blues, and marmalade oranges. From the branches dangled apples, seemingly wrought from glittering gold.
“These apples!” Yesterday gasped. “I’ve never seen anything like them.”
Teaser Tuesday ~ The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig by Simon Farnaby + Claire Powell

Teaser Tuesday ~ The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig by Simon Farnaby + Claire Powell

The Wizard and Me: More Misadventures of Bubbles the Guinea Pig (The Misadventures of Merdyn the Wild) by Simon Farnaby, Claire Powell , Blue, Humour, Children's Books, Guinea Pig, Magic, Fantasy
I am currently reading this and I want to share this one with you all, it is on page 14.
Now, I know what you’re thinking Bubbles, aren’t you in a cage? But have you SEEN guinea pig cages? They are soooooo easy to get out of. You just reach up and unclick the fastener to the door. Usually I don’t bother. I mean, why would I? I have everything I need in my cage – food, water, some bedding to wee and poo on. I’ve got a big exercise wheel, although I don’t us that. What’s the point? You run and run and get NOWHERE!
So I unclicked the fastener, went downstairs, climbed up to the letterbox, pushed my way out and landed on the front path. Easy peasy.
Friday’s Page 69 ~ Solve Your Own Mystery: The Monster Maker by Gareth P. Jones, Louise Forshaw

Friday’s Page 69 ~ Solve Your Own Mystery: The Monster Maker by Gareth P. Jones, Louise Forshaw

Solve Your Own Mystery: The Monster Maker by Gareth P. Jones, Louise Forshaw , Choice your own adventure, Mystery, Monster, Magic, Fantasy, Children's Books, Illustrations
Bridget turns to look at you. Her eyes are full of mischief as she leans forwards. You feel as though your feet are wedged in blocks of ice. You look down to check whether they actually are – you never know with witches- but it’s not magic that grips you. It’s fear.
“There’s more to this one than meets the eye,” she says, peering at you. “This one has unexpected power.”