Book Review, Early Reader

Midnight Magic: Mirror Mischief by Michelle Harrison & Elissa Elwick

Trixie and her mischievous little cat, Midnight, are back in time for Hallowe’en with another story full of chaos and fun!
Midnight loves spending time with Trixie and is so lonely when she’s at school. One morning, after doing all she can to stall the start of the school day, Midnight discovers her reflection in the mirror. But this isn’t your regular reflection – it moves independently and is looking for trouble.

When the magical mirror cat is set free, there’s bound to be more mess than Trixie can cope with. With Nan’s help, can they get this rascally mirror cat back where she belongs?

These stories are fantastic for playing with language – exploring word choice and rhyme. The story builds with layers of comedy that will have readers exclaiming, “OH NO!!!” as they watch this fun and adorable but totally mischievous pair fill the house with magic.

The appealing green colour scheme pulls readers in. Elissa Elwick’s illustrations are gorgeous and bring so much meaning to the words. This story is a great transition from picture books to chapter books and is sure to become a firm favourite that children come back to again and again.

Thank you to Little Tiger for this wonderful story!

Find out more about the first book in the series, Midnight Magic, here.

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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