The Invisible Vinnie by Jenny Millward, Jenny Nimmo
  

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The Invisible Vinnie by Jenny Millward, Jenny Nimmo

Zack's not scared of anything. But everyone's scared of him.' Rose wishes Zack wasn't such a big bully. He's always teasing her at school. Luckily for Rose, her Uncle Vinnie has a wizard trick or two up his sleeve - maybe he can conjure up a magic solution to her problem? Soon, with a little help from Uncle Vinnie and the classroom pet rat, Rose is ready to teach Zack a lesson he'll never forget ...A comical and thought-provoking story by an award-winning author. Illustrated by Sue Heap, winner of the Smarties Prize Gold Award.

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About the Author

Jenny Nimmo has always loved reading and writing. She read all the books in the junior school library and had to beg permission to join the senior school library when she was only nine. Before becoming a full-time writer she was an actress, a stage manager and a floor manager for the BBC. She nows lives in a remote part of Wales and is probably best known for the Award winning Snow Spider Trilogy, stories that combine Welsh myth, the supernatural and family conflict. These stories have been made into an HTV series starring Sian Phillips. She says she enjoys writing about magic because it is inexplicable and unpredictable, and anything can happen. She is currently working on a series of books called the Children of the Red King. The first of these 'Midnight for Charlie Bone' was published in 2002 and the latest installment, the fifth in the series is called 'Charlie Bone and the Hidden King' and was published in May 2006.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Jenny Millward, Jenny Nimmo
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Publication date

5th June 2003

ISBN

9780552549912


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