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A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison

Title: A Pinch of Magic Author: Michelle Harrison Genre: Fiction Publisher: Simon and Schuster Published: March 2019 Format: Paperback Pages: 368 Price: $16.99 Synopsis:'A SPELLBINDING STORY, STEEPED IN MAGIC. I ADORED IT' - Abi Elphinstone, author of Sky Song  Three sisters trapped by an ancient curse. Three magical objects with the power to change their fate.… Continue reading A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison

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2018 Reading Wrap Up Post

  In 2018, I had the aim of reading 120 books throughout the year. This was my general reading goal from the first of January to the end of December, and included review books, books I had to read for work as a quiz writer with Scholastic Australia, and my other challenges - The Australian… Continue reading 2018 Reading Wrap Up Post

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100 Years of Snozzcumbers, Trunchbull and Chocolate Factories

    Today marks the one-hundredth birthday of beloved children’s author, Roald Dahl. Dahl died in 1990, aged seventy-four. Had he lived to see one hundred, he would be, I hope, delighted to see children still enjoying his books, and cheering Bruce Bogtrotter and Matilda along as their school is terrorised by Agatha Trunchbull. Or… Continue reading 100 Years of Snozzcumbers, Trunchbull and Chocolate Factories