Sparky's Bad Spell by Ruby Nash
  

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Sparky's Bad Spell by Ruby Nash

At Mrs Mothwick's Magic Academy, Sparky and Carl have been trying really hard to learn magic, but it's just not working. To make matters worse, the Grand Council of Wizardry and Witchiness are coming to inspect the school. Unless Sparky can master his magic tricks, he will get in big trouble - and the school could even be forced to close. But then a mysterious witch appears, and offers Sparky and Carl the solution to all their troubles. But is Miss Daisy really who she says she is? Something wicked is in the air...

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Somehow, Sparky found himself at Mrs Mothwick's Magic Academy, but he's just not magic at all. Now it's the dreaded inspection time - the Grand Council of Wizardry and Witchiness are coming to inspect the school. Sparky will be in troubke if he can't master some tricks and the future of the school could be in danger. When a mysterious witch appears and offers to help, can Sparky trust her? To engage young readers fully in the book, there is an excellent section at the end with magical games and activities to enjoy - a great way to add interest. Parents in Touch

About the Author

Ruby Nash is a primary school teacher who also has a magical second identity as a writer. She lives in a big, creaky house in Bath with her eccentric husband and a menagerie of pets. Sparky's Bad Spell is the second book in the Mrs Mothwick's Magic Academy series.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Ruby Nash
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Publication date

1st January 2015

ISBN

9781782952992


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