How to Tell a Wizard from a Warlock Life-saving Differences You Should Know by Tracey Turner


How to Tell a Wizard from a Warlock Life-saving Differences You Should Know by Tracey Turner

Just what is the difference between a meteor and a meteorite, a germ and a virus, or rugby league and rugby union? This mad miscellany is for anyone who has found themselves pondering the exact qualities that make a stoat a stoat, and not a weasel, or what makes a bear grizzly. This title is written by Tracey Turner, author of Wee on a Jellyfish Sting and How to Build Stonehenge Out Of Biscuits .

About the Author

Tracey Turner has written more than 50 books for children. As well as the Hard Nuts series, she has written the Comic Strip History of the World and other Comic Strip titles, and the Lost series of choose-your-own adventure books. Tracey lives in Bath.

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208 pages


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Publication date

3rd May 2012



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