Zoe And The Wishing Star by Jane Andrews
  

The Lovereading4Kids comment

These are charming stories with lovely illustrations, to captivate little girls everywhere. This is the tenth book in this popular series. Be prepared to be enchanted and captivated when Jane Andrews skilfully takes you into this world of Fairies and magic. Bound to be enormously popular with young girls.

Synopsis

Zoe And The Wishing Star by Jane Andrews

As Zoë and Pip help the Fairy Queen one evening they see the Wishing Star. As they gaze at it they are suddenly whisked away from the Fairy Kingdom into the real world. Below them is a little girl reading a book about cats and longing for one of her own. This isn’t possible her mother explains, and even Zoë and Pip find that all the cats they talk to are very happy with their lot. However, in the same large house the fairies see a sad-looking cat through the window of his flat. And Zoë and Pip find a solution that tests their magic powers.

Reviews

“Further adventures of the lovable fairies Zoë and Pip. A feel-good story with witty and amusing details complete with fun lively illustrations.” Family Interest Magazine

“Bold bright illustrations along with a slight twist in the storyline will keep children entertained right up to the end of this well-written tale.” Baby and You

About the Author

After art college Jane Andrews was a freelance illustrator for two children’s publishers. She also worked in the drawing office of a factory, and in various design studios as a paste up and finish artist, before returning to illustration after the birth of her two sons. She now works mostly on educational books and magazines as well as for Piccadilly.

She has written and illustrated books for Piccadilly Press including Milly at Magic School and the popular Zoë series.

Jane lives in High Wycombe, Bucks. She enjoys all sorts of music, ballet, weekly keep fit classes, swimming, food, going to the cinema and travel (finances permitting).

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Book Info

Format

Paperback

Author

Jane Andrews
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd

Publication date

19th June 2008

ISBN

9781853409875

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