book cover of Pearl and the Woolly Hug

Pearl and the Woolly Hug

(The sixth book in the Pixie Magic series)
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Best friends Alice and Leo love making things, and they're never happier than when they're working together in Leo's garden shed, which they've turned into an arts and crafts studio. Then one day they are transported to a miniature world where magical creatures - the Pixies and Glitterbugs - use their creative talents to make special objects from items that were once treasured. The Pixies' magic gives these objects the power to solve people's problems!

Disaster strikes when Grimble and Grumble, the mean Nixies, steal Pearl the Knitting Pixie's magical tools. Pearl is a whizz with a ball of wool, and her enchanted creations have the magical power to help make life better for everyone. Alice and Leo need Pearl's help to make a special blanket for a nervous kitten at the animal rescue centre in Crystal Bay. Can the friends work together to use their talents - and a dash of Pixie Magic - to save the day, so that everyone can enjoy the magic of creativity?

This magical new series is tailor-made to appeal to young readers including existing Daisy Meadows fans, with a winning combination of magic, friendship and crafts. With gorgeous black and white illustrations by Jo Lindley throughout and a bonus craft activity in each book, the series is perfect for newly confident readers and just as much fun for families to enjoy together.

Genre: Children's Fiction

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