Starfell: Willow Moss and the Forgotten Tale

(1 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: HarperCollins

Willow Moss has already proved her witchy credentials by saving the world. Unfortunately, no-one remembers her doing this - and now that her magic seems to be going through a disobedient phase, she can’t get anyone to take her seriously. 

That wouldn’t worry her so much if it wasn’t for the fact that her friend, Nolin Sometimes, has been kidnapped. But no matter how many times she tells them, her family won’t believe that a walking, talking tree brought her a leaf letter asking for help.

Feeling she has no other choice, Willow sets off alone with no idea where she’s heading or how perilous her quest might be.

This complex tale of determination, loyalty and misbehaving magic is the second in the witchy adventures of Willow Moss. While Willow and her comrades are wrong-footed by power-hungry adversaries, the numerous dangers are tempered by an undercurrent of comedy in the form of an exceptionally grumpy sidekick. 

Ideal reading for youngsters who like their magical stories to be exciting but not too scary.

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