Kiss and Spell A School Story by Suzanne Selfors
  

Kiss and Spell A School Story

Written by Suzanne Selfors
Illustrated by
Part of the Ever After High Series

RRP £5.99

Synopsis

Kiss and Spell A School Story by Suzanne Selfors

At Ever After High, Ginger Breadhouse is getting out from under her mum's evil reputation and forging her own destiny as a pastry chef and the host of the MirrorCast show Spells Kitchen. The problem is that her show will lose its camera crew unless she can increase her viewership to compete with the likes of Blondie Lockes and her show, Just Right. Ginger thinks a special Wish Spell from Professor Rumpelstiltskin will give her a showstopper recipe, but instead it accidentally grants her crush Hopper Croakington II a misfired wish. Can she undo the magic before it's too late? Don't miss the companion activity book, Science and Sorcery!

About the Author

Best-selling author, Suzanne Selfors, feels like a royal on some days and a rebel on others. She's written many books for kids, including the Smells Like Dog series and The Imaginary Veterinary series. She has two charming children and lives on a magical island kingdom where she hopes it is her destiny to write stories forever after.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Suzanne Selfors
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Publisher

Little, Brown Young Readers an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

18th June 2015

ISBN

9780349124612


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