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March 2018 Book of the Month
Molly Mischief is irrepressible! She loves making mischief but in this lively, funny new story indulges in some day-dreaming, imagining all the good deeds she would do if she had super-powers. Superhero Molly is as unruly and rowdy as everyday Molly, and children will laugh to see her hoiking a cow away from a tornado by its tail, and scooping up an old lady crossing the road. Eventually Molly decides super-hero life is too much like hard work and goes back to being her ordinary self, retaining just one superpower – the power to be super-mischievous! Children love characters like Molly who allow them to experience real naughtiness and there’s lots for them to enjoy in this story. ~ Andrea Reece
A Piece of Passion from the Publisher, Neil Dunnicliffe: "I am delighted to welcome Adam Hargreaves and Molly Mischief to the Pavilion Children’s Books list. To be the publisher of Adam’s first children’s book since the phenomenally successful Mr Men series is a real privilege. Molly is a sparky, fun character with lots of stories to tell, and I’m sure that she will become a modern mischievous classic."
From the illustrator and author of the hugely successful Mr Men comes the second Molly Mischief tale. Molly is a superhero. She's super-speedy, super-strong and has laser vision. She's Super Molly! And with great powers comes great mischief! Molly's super powers help her to complete her chores in record time, lift the family car over all the traffic jams, rescue a stranded whale, capture criminals in the big city, and save the world from an asteroid. But will Molly finally want to go back to her old life after all that super action?
|Publication date:||1st March 2018|
|Publisher:||Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
|Recommendations:||Books of the Month, eBooks|
Adam Hargreaves is a children's author and illustrator living in East Sussex, England. The son of Roger Hargreaves, he continues his father's popular Mr. Men series of children's books which has sold over 200 million copies worldwide.More About Adam Hargreaves