Mud to Magic by Helen Bailey
  

Mud to Magic

Written by Helen Bailey
Illustrated by Kirsten Richards
Part of the Willow of the Woods Series

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Synopsis

Mud to Magic by Helen Bailey

Willow is a woodsprite on a mission! When all the water disappears in Windybottom Wood, she is determined to find out what has happened. The nasty Prickle Sisters have stolen all the water for their swimming pool! As Windybottom turns brown and crispy, the animals pack their bags and start to leave. Can Willow and her magical flute save it in time from being destroyed?

About the Author

Helen Bailey

Helen Bailey, (1964 - 2016) was best known for her teen fiction about a girl called Electra Brown, a cheerful, mouthy 14-year old schoolgirl obsessed with make-up, snogging, spots and whether she should dye her hair.

Helen was born and brought up in Northumberland. Barely into her teens, she invested her pocket money in buying a copy of The Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook and spent the next few years sending short stories and poems to anyone she could think of. Much to her surprise, she sometimes found herself in print. After a degree in science, Helen worked in the media and ran a successful London-based character licensing agency handling internationally reknowned properties such as Snoopy, Felicity Wishes, Dilbert and Zorro.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Helen Bailey
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Author's Website

www.helenbaileybooks.com/

Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

7th April 2011

ISBN

9780340957080


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