I’ve read and enjoyed some of Cerrie Burnell’s book for younger readers (as have the younger people that I read them with and to) and
Elsie is chosen to look after Magenta’s Witch Tower for a week whilst Magenta goes to see her sister. Elsie doesn’t realise why in the
I am just so shallow that it was the cover that sold The Price Guide to the Occult to me. But it was worth it,
Set on the island of Crowstone, Betty Widdershins finds out that the women of her family have been cursed to die if they ever leave
The Little Grey Girl is the second in Celine Kiernan’s Wild Magic Trilogy and, if anything, is scarier than the first. Again I was hooked
I picked The Last Spell Breather up in a pack of proofs from OUP Childrens that had been in the staff room for a while.
Was really lucky to get a proof copy of The Time of Green Magic from Macmillan as I really loved The Skylarks’ War and was
Magic in mirrors, alternative worlds, doorways through mirrors. All these topics had me so interested in this book when it arrived. I wasn’t disappointed, Mirror