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      C. J. Busby
    
      David Wyatt

Icespell

; David Wyatt (Illustratør)

«It's a fantastic series for seven to 10-year olds, with lots of humour and endearing characters.»

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Max and Olivia are loving life in Camelot - not only is Max having magic lessons with the great wizard Merlin but Olivia is finally in training for the Squire's Challenge. But disaster strikes when Ca. Les mer
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Max and Olivia are loving life in Camelot - not only is Max having magic lessons with the great wizard Merlin but Olivia is finally in training for the Squire's Challenge. But disaster strikes when Camelot is frozen inside a magical mountain of ice and it's all Max's fault! Can he and Olivia rescue Arthur and Merlin from their icy prison before evil Lady Morgana gets to Camelot and seals their doom?

Join Max and Olivia for more magical fun in their third hilarious adventure!
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Forlag: Templar Publishing
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 128
ISBN: 9781848777118
Format: 20 x 1 cm
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«It's a fantastic series for seven to 10-year olds, with lots of humour and endearing characters.»

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«If you're looking for magical mishap and adventure then the Frogspell series is for you. With some terrifically fun characters who you will meet in an Arthurian setting and plenty of exciting quests it is sure to appeal to readers aged 7+.»

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C. J. Busby was brought up on boats and in caravans in the southeast of England and north Wales. She read avidly as a child, and moved frequently from place to place. After studying Social Anthropology at Cambridge, she lived in a fishing village in South India while doing research for her PhD. Her first children's story, THE THING, was shortlisted for the Nickelodeon Jr National Write a Bedtime Story prize, and recorded for Fun Radio in March 2007.

Her other book, FROGSPELL, was chosen by the prestigious Richard & Judy Book Club, in association with WH Smith, and featured on their Summer 2012 selection. This first title in the FROGSPELL series was also shortlisted for the 2012 Waverton Good Read Award.
She now lives in Devon and has three children. She currently works on environmental issues with schools, and is a copyeditor for an academic press. Follow C. J. at www.cjbusby.co.uk or on Twitter: @ceciliabusby.