Midnight Feast Magic Sleepover Food and Fun by Rosalind Peters, Clive Boursnell


Midnight Feast Magic Sleepover Food and Fun by Rosalind Peters, Clive Boursnell

Here is a fact-packed handbook containing all you need to throw the perfect sleepover. Written by a thirteen-year-old midnight feast fanatic, this book contains recipes, games and activities for all sorts of sleepover parties, guaranteed to be a hit with the hippest girls.


Everything you need to know to throw the perfect sleep-over party. Publishing News A fun guide to planning and holding the perfect sleepover written by a 13 year old girl. Contains photographs and step by step instructions for games, activities and easy-to-make-recipes. This will be a real hit. Bookseller Girlie sleepovers need no longer be a gut busting night of crisps, fizzy drinks and jumbo packs of chocolate. Midnight Feast Magic is a collection of simple receipes - all set out with step-by-step instructions and illustrations - from homemade dips, smoothies and 'fabby-dabby fudge

! it is a book that will end up covered in the ingredients listed in it as the children have fun making the recipes! They are all marked so at a glance you can see if they are vegetarian, vegan and wheat free. There are lists of ingredients and equipment that is needed as well as detailed instructions on how to make the items. In each chapter there are also game suggestions for the sleepover party. There is a good balance of healthy and sweet treats to make which will satisfy the healthly eating police!! www.writeaway.org.uk

About the Author

Young author Rosalind Peters lives in Shropshire with her skateboarding dad (arrrghhh! The embarrassment), her wonderful mum who helped with Midnight Feast Magic and a small pet monkey (also known as her brother!) She enjoys cooking, acting, writing, and especially sleepovers (stay-awake-overs in her case!) Roz has a collection of funny friends. Together, they hang out, gossip randomly, and scoff the late-night snacks, (though the food hardly ever lasts till midnight.) Kate Pankhurst graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a degree in illustration. She was the highest placed graduate in a national student competition, The Macmillan Prize for Children's Book Illustration in 2002. Since then she has illustrated several books including Captain Pike Looks After the Baby by Marjorie Newman and Who's a Cheeky Baby? by Ian Whybrow. She has also illustrated Wasim One Star and Wasim the Wanderer for Frances Lincoln Publishers. Having completed her Masters in Children's Book illustration, Kate also lectures part-time at UCLan. She currently lives in Leeds. Clive Boursnell is a renowned photographer of architecture, gardens, landscapes and, above all, people. He turned to photography as the culmination of a career which included classical ballet and working as a woodsman, a farmhand, a miner and prospector and a mountaineer. He lives in London.

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64 pages
Interest Age: From 8 To 11


Rosalind Peters, Clive Boursnell
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Publication date

9th October 2008



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