A Sprinkle of Sorcery
A SUNDAY TIMES CHILDREN’S BOOK OF THE WEEK
Shortlisted for the Teach Primary Book Awards 2020
The Widdershins are back in the sequel to the best-selling A Pinch of Magic.
A missing sister, a secret island and … a sprinkle of sorcery.
The family curse has been lifted and the Widdershins sisters: Betty, Fliss and Charlie are free to leave the misty prison isle of Crowstone. But when a mysterious girl arrives at the Poacher’s Pocket with a hag stone in her pocket and accompanied by a will-o’-the-wisp, it seems another adventure has landed on their doorstep. And when Charlie goes missing, it’s up to Betty and Fliss to journey through misty marshes, into the world of wisp catchers and on to a secret island that doesn’t exist on any map…
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Reviews of A Sprinkle of Sorcery
A wonderful book filled with magic . . . Michelle is definitely one of my favourite authors.
Lisa Thompson (author of The Goldfish Boy)
Harrison’s fully imagined world has conviction, and the perils of this story are lightened by the warmth and spirit of its characters.
**THE SUNDAY TIMES CHILDREN’S BOOK OF THE WEEK**
The Sunday Times
If you enjoyed the first outing of the Widdershins sisters in A Pinch of Magic, you’ll be just as enthralled by this sequel . . . which has a refreshing vein of sisterly banter and squabbling amid the high-octane supernatural adventure.
A huge bravo! Your fans are going to love it. This one definitely did.
Emma Carroll (author of LETTERS FROM THE LIGHTHOUSE)
An eerie adventure sure to enchant readers.
Sophie Anderson (author of THE GIRL WHO SPEAKS BEAR)
A sparkling treasure box of delight and wonder.
Claire Barker (author of PICKLEWITCH AND JACK)
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