A Mystery for Megan by Abi Burlingham
  

Synopsis

A Mystery for Megan by Abi Burlingham

A heart-warming story full of magic! Nine year old Megan is used to an ordinary life in an ordinary house, but all that changes when she and her parents move to Buttercup House. With her new best friend Freya, Megan finds out all sorts of wonderful secrets about her new home, and she meets the magical animals that live there: Dorothy the cat, and, of course, the golden dog called Buttercup. The animals have been there for as long as the house and are very special: only the little girls can see them, but they know the animals will always protect them.

About the Author

Abi is the author of six children's books, lives in Derbyshire, is married and has two children. She studied English as a mature student and went on to do a degree in History and English Literature. Follow her at www.abiburlingham.com or on Twitter: @AbiBurlingham

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Abi Burlingham
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Publisher

Piccadilly Press Ltd an imprint of Templar Publishing

Publication date

22nd March 2012

ISBN

9781848122420


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