A witch, a cat and a lot of magic! Bella Donna's very excited to be going off to her first witchling Summer camp. When she arrives, with her stowaway cat, Pegatha, it seems to be just as magical as she thought it would be. But everything changes when someone casts a spell. The camp turns into a camp of nightmares. The waterfalls have turned into mud and the flowers into weeds. Bella has to find the spell caster and reverse the spell - but who cast it and why? Beautifully illustrated throughout by winner of the Egmont Best New Talent award, Marion Lindsay.
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Ruth Symes has written many novels and picture books, including the LITTLE REX and BELLA DONNA series for Piccadilly Press. She also writes dog books under the pseudonym Megan Rix, for Puffin, including the bestseller, THE PUPPY THAT CAME FOR CHRISTMAS. She was a resident writing coach on The Richard and Judy Show and was a judge on their 'Write a Children's Short Story' competition. Follow Ruth at www.ruthsymes.com or on Twitter: @ruth_symes. Illustrator Marion Lindsay has always loved stories and pictures, so it made perfect sense when she decided to become a children's book illustrator, and she won the Egmont Best New Talent Award. She lives and works in Cambridge, and in her spare time paints glass and makes jewellery. Find Marion at www.marionlindsay.co.uk.Review:
"Wonderfully bewitching witchcraft for a series of animal magic and mayhem which will cast a spell over little girls - a warm, reassuring and uplifting series which never loses its sense of fun, magic and adventure." Lancashire Evening News "Has a warmth and directness that will hold young readers: while its sympathetic characters - especially Bella - reinforce the story's happy outcome and good-natured tone. Large black-and-white drawings decorating most of the double-page spreads add to the story's charm." - Books for Keeps 'A sweet and entertaining story about whether to fit in or be ourself.' - Daily Mail
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