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A Sprinkle of Sorcery

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A Julia Eccleshare Pick of the Month February 2020 | February 2020 Book of the Month

A spellbinding and warm-hearted sequel to A Pinch of Magic with the three Widdershins sisters Betty, Charlie and Fliss, now free from the curse that has held them prisoners on a remote island, back for a new thrilling adventure. This time the sisters have to deal with a mysterious stranger who comes with her own will-o’-the-wisp and a secret island which isn’t even on any map. And they have to find Charlie when she goes missing. As ever, the sisters are clever and brave and adept at managing the magic that surrounds them.

Books in A Pinch of Magic Adventure Series:

1. A Pinch of Magic

2. A Sprinkle of Sorcery

3. A Tangle of Spells

4. A Storm of Sisters

Find out more about the Pinch of Magic Adventures as we chat with author Michelle Harrison.

Julia Eccleshare M.B.E

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It has everything, pirates to witches, and more. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure stories.

A Sprinkle of Sorcery continues the story of the Widdershins sisters, it’s the sequel to A Pinch of Magic. This book wasn’t what I expected and it took the tale of the three sisters in a different, very interesting, direction. I really enjoyed the fairy tale and the way it was incorporated into the story. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure stories.

Zoe Basson

This is a spellbinding, heartwarming book about three sisters; Fliss, Betty and Charlotte (or Charlie as she prefers to be called). Strange things start to happen when a girl called Willow appears in their garden and Charlie, who gets mistaken for Willow, is taken away by two fake policemen - Read on for amazing adventures

This is a spellbinding, heartwarming book about three sisters; Fliss, Betty and Charlotte (or Charlie as she prefers to be called).

Strange things start to happen when a girl called Willow appears in their garden and Charlie, who gets mistaken for Willow, is taken away by two fake policemen
We find out about willow wisps which are the spirits of ancestors that lure unwary people to the deeps of the sea. What makes Willow special is that she can make willow wisps go to sleep. The most important thing to remember is not to follow a willow wisp!

Reading on we encounter a shipwreck which hides pirates and an ancient tale repeats itself. Can Fliss, Betty and Willow save Charlie? Meanwhile, Willow is also on a mission to prove that her dad is innocent of a murder he didn’t commit.

Gianna Smith

If you are looking for a story of friendship and adventure you have come to the right place.

Old fairytales are just stories. That is what the sisters think at first, but suddenly a mysterious visitor appears and the girls’ opinions on fairytales completely change forever.

A book full of excitement and endless surprises, all wrapped up with a sprinkle of sorcery. I was transported to another world when reading this magical book. It started with three sisters, bored of their ordinary lives, wishing for an adventure and that is exactly what they get.

If you are looking for a story of friendship and adventure you have come to the right place. The author develops the characters as the story progresses, each of the sisters has their own special personality that you come to know really well.

Rodborough Reader