Magicat

Paperback

Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure from the authors of Guinea Pigs Online and Puppies Online.

It's Halloween night and the streets are full of witches, ghouls and tricks – but the biggest surprise of all falls from the sky into Ali's treat bucket. It's a cat … It's Magicat! Knocked off his witch's broom by a rogue firework, Magicat is stuck far from his home in Magic Land – and now he has to wait, disguised as a normal cat, for Wenna Witch to come and get him! Luckily Jessie and Ali are here to help him out … but while they wait, what could be the harm in letting Magicat do just a little bit of magic? Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

RRP: £7.99

ISBN

978-1-78112-925-8

Interest age

7+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

15-02-2020

Format

Paperback

Pages

96 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Author

Jennifer Gray and Amanda Swift, Illustrated by Richard Watson

Jennifer Gray writes comedy for children, including the Atticus Claw series. She’s been shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and won the Red House Children’s Book Award – Young Readers Category. Together with Amanda Swift, she has written the Guinea Pigs Online and Puppies Online series.||Amanda Swift was an actress before becoming a writer, and started her writing career in TV and radio. She has written episodes of My Parents Are Aliens and a radio dramatisation of Jaqueline Wilson’s The Story of Tracy Beaker. Her children’s books include The Boys’ Club and Guinea Pigs Online.||Richard Watson always wanted to be an illustrator. He says that as a child he was forever drawing and making stories and comics with his brother. He has worked as an illustrator since he left university and likes to use a range of techniques to create his artwork, combining traditional drawing and painting with collage and mixed media.

Product Description

Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure from the authors of Guinea Pigs Online and Puppies Online.

It's Halloween night and the streets are full of witches, ghouls and tricks – but the biggest surprise of all falls from the sky into Ali's treat bucket. It's a cat … It's Magicat! Knocked off his witch's broom by a rogue firework, Magicat is stuck far from his home in Magic Land – and now he has to wait, disguised as a normal cat, for Wenna Witch to come and get him! Luckily Jessie and Ali are here to help him out … but while they wait, what could be the harm in letting Magicat do just a little bit of magic? Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

ISBN

978-1-78112-925-8

Interest age

7+

Reading age

8

Publication Date

15-02-2020

Format

Paperback

Pages

96 pages

Dimensions

130x198mm

Product Description

Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure from the authors of Guinea Pigs Online and Puppies Online.

It's Halloween night and the streets are full of witches, ghouls and tricks – but the biggest surprise of all falls from the sky into Ali's treat bucket. It's a cat … It's Magicat! Knocked off his witch's broom by a rogue firework, Magicat is stuck far from his home in Magic Land – and now he has to wait, disguised as a normal cat, for Wenna Witch to come and get him! Luckily Jessie and Ali are here to help him out … but while they wait, what could be the harm in letting Magicat do just a little bit of magic? Friendships and felines make for a magical mix in this adorable adventure particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 8+

Author

Jennifer Gray and Amanda Swift, Illustrated by Richard Watson

Jennifer Gray writes comedy for children, including the Atticus Claw series. She’s been shortlisted for the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize and won the Red House Children’s Book Award – Young Readers Category. Together with Amanda Swift, she has written the Guinea Pigs Online and Puppies Online series.||Amanda Swift was an actress before becoming a writer, and started her writing career in TV and radio. She has written episodes of My Parents Are Aliens and a radio dramatisation of Jaqueline Wilson’s The Story of Tracy Beaker. Her children’s books include The Boys’ Club and Guinea Pigs Online.||Richard Watson always wanted to be an illustrator. He says that as a child he was forever drawing and making stories and comics with his brother. He has worked as an illustrator since he left university and likes to use a range of techniques to create his artwork, combining traditional drawing and painting with collage and mixed media.