In this first book in the "Penwellard" trilogy, four children in the far west of England accidentally find themselves in the mythical land of Penwellard. But was it just an accident, after all? For it seems that Molly the witch needs their help in defeating the monster Furbelows and their terrifying Razor-Toothed Fairyhounds. Some ancient Cornish sites, and some helpful magic spells, link Penwellard to the ordinary world; and with the help of the Aeriel Misty, some Flying Cats, and Sherbet the magically gifted but cranky tortoiseshell cat, their adventure begins... "A wonderful evocation of four very normal children suddenly catapulted into another world where their courage, ingenuity and determination are really needed, and indeed prophesied in an ancient, mysterious book." - Jane Sand About the author The author has lived in the "magical land" of Penwith, Cornwall, for 37 years. The landscape and the many mysterious ancient sites are the background for the story, which was first written to entertain her grandchildren. Back to Penwellard and Halfway to Penwellard continue the children's adventures.
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|Size: ||21.0 MB|
|Publisher: ||Paragon Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781782223641 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|