Shape Shifters by Goldie Alexander
  

Synopsis

Shape Shifters by Goldie Alexander

Lei-lei is a new girl at Penny's school. Acacia the class bully tries to steal her lunch but Lei-lei has special 'shape shifting' skills and briefly uses them to change Acacia into a prickly tree and stops her bullying. Penny is intrigued and wants to learn shape shifting but shape shifting can be dangerous if used for the wrong reasons, will it be ok or will Penny find it too hot to handle?

About the Author

Goldie Alexander is a highly successful children's author. Dr Graham Lawler is a recognised British expert on education and regularly guests on the BBC as an expert.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Goldie Alexander
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Publication date

15th March 2010

ISBN

9781842851548


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