Cinders and Sparks: Fairies in the Forest with FREE Star Necklace Pack
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Cinders is on the run in the forest with Hansel, the Three Bears and Rapunzel in a funny fairy tale gone very wrong! Cinders’ dream of going to the ball has turned into a nightmare. She did magic in the palace, and now everyone thinks she’s a witch. So she’s fled into the Deep Dark Forest with the hapless Hansel, who ate some of a real witch’s gingerbread house and made her all be safe. But that’s a very big IF! Will Hansel eat the three bears’ porridge? Is Rapunzel, trapped in her tower, all she seems? And will Brian the fairy godmother appear, and actually help for once?
- Second in this wonderfully funny Cinderella series
- With a beautiful FREE star necklace to keep and collect
- Ideal for young fans of The Worst Witch and Amelia Fang
- By the million-copy bestselling author of I Heart New York
Cinders and Sparks (book 2)
October 3rd, 2019
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