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Genie in Training

Written by Ciaran Murtagh

Illustrated by Adria Meserve

Part of the Genie Academy Series

Genie in Training Synopsis

When Jamie's gran gives him a battered old teapot he reckons she's gone doolally! But then he cleans it, and out pops Balthazar Najar, a banished genie! Balthazar grants three wishes but, for the last one, Jamie accidentally wishes he was a genie . . . He's whisked off to genie school where angry headmasters, deadly magic carpets and exploding lamps are the least of his worries! Illustrated throughout with fun pictures by Adria Meserve.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781848122260
Publication date: 1st April 2012
Author: Ciaran Murtagh
Illustrator: Adria Meserve
Publisher: Piccadilly Press an imprint of Templar Publishing
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 192 pages

About Ciaran Murtagh

Ciaran Murtagh is a writer and actor. Andy Stanton has said 'Ciaran is one of the funniest people I know!' (and Andy Stanton knows at least two people). His first book, DINOPANTS, was published in 2009 and spawned three sequels - one more than Toy Story. He also writes TV shows and has recently been involved with scripting The Amazing World of Gumball, Boyster, Mr Bean, Shaun the Sheep, The Slammer, Treefu Tom, Dennis and Gnasher, DNN and The Legend of Dick and Dom. His latest adult sitcom is currently optioned by Hat Trick. Ciaran regularly appears on CBBC and ...

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