Book Review, Early Reader

Mirabelle Gets Up to Mischief by Harriet Muncaster

Mirabelle is half fairy, half witch and completely full of fun! There’s nothing she likes more than her witchy magic and being a little bit naughty. The cousin of the wonderful vampire fairy, Isadora Moon, Mirabelle is full of all the mischief children love!

Young readers will delight in this new story. Mirabelle is asked to embrace her fairy side and stay out of trouble at the midsummer fairy dance. No matter how much she wants to make her parents happy, she can’t resist taking a bit of witchy magic with her and livening up the party. Will everything end up spoiled or can Mirabelle save the day? With mermaid scales, dragon’s breath and spider-sprinkled toast, children will be drawn into this creative world of magic, mischief and a little bit of mayhem.

This story has been written with readers in mind. The language is so appealing and easy to read. There is enough challenging vocabulary to make it feel more grown-up while each character is cleverly described to bring them to life. The textured sparkles of the front cover is the icing on the cake for this beautifully engaging book! Readers will be drawn to it and be thrilled with the new friend they find within!

Thank you to Oxford University Press for this fantastically fun book!

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