Winter Magic

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Review

A frost fair on the frozen Thames in the 1700s; the enchanting tale of the first girl in Russia to dance Clara in The Nutcracker; a spooky tale of a boy finding a community of people living underground, trapped under the snow...

Winter Magic is a fabulous collection of atmospheric, sometimes sad, sometimes unnerving but mostly warming stories for cosy bedtimes or cold winter afternoons under a blanket - with a mug of hot chocolate handy, of course.

With enchanting short stories from some of the best children's writers today, including Piers Torday, Katherine Woodfine, Berlie Doherty, Emma Carroll, Geraldine McCaughrean and Jamila Gavin, there is a wintry theme to suit all readers in this delightful hardback collection. An ideal gift for the young reader in your life.

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