Magic Factory: Midsummer Magic by Theresa Breslin
  

Magic Factory: Midsummer Magic

Written by Theresa Breslin

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In this collection of four funny stories there is magic and mayhem for very young readers and it's perfect reading for the summer season as the heat is going to everyone's heads including those at the magic factory. But can they make the midsummer party a melting disaster or a magical mess? Read it to find out.

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Synopsis

Magic Factory: Midsummer Magic by Theresa Breslin

what do witches do when their wands break? Where do wizards shop for stuff for spells? and if you were a ghost who wasn't scary eough, where would you find help? The Magic Factory. It's where Midden and her team of helpers come up with magical answers to all sorts of problems. With luck and sometimes a spell, they can sort most tricky things out.

About the Author

Theresa Breslin

Theresa Breslin is the critically acclaimed author of over 30 books for children and young adults whose work has been filmed for television, broadcast on radio, and is read world-wide in many languages. A respected contributor to professional journals, she is passionate about children’s literature and literacy. She travels extensively, doing research for her books and speaking at international conferences and book festivals.

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Paperback

Author

Theresa Breslin
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st March 2007

ISBN

9780192754523

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