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A Goat Called Magic and other stories by Gill Wharmby

8 customer reviews

£7.50

Paperback – (210mm x 210mm) ISBN: 978-1-913839-13-0

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Description

This book is intended to take advantage of children’s natural love of animals and some of the intelligent acts they perform.

Magic is based on a real goat called Magic who really seemed to have magic powers and help many people.

Doro is our cheeky Border Collie. This is her story in her own words about her love for our old collie, Jet.

The Adventurous Friends are a group of friends who make a discovery in a woodland and later save a young child’s life.

The Pen Pals is the story of an inner city boy from London who visits his pen pal in a country village in Wales.

Additional information

Weight .115 kg
Dimensions 24 × 24 × 1.5 cm

8 reviews for A Goat Called Magic and other stories by Gill Wharmby

  1. Isabel

    Lovely stories and illustrations . All my grandchildren loved the stories and became interested in the characters. A book I know will be reread many times.

  2. Rosalind Wherly

    A thought provoking book for children and adults to read together. The
    essences of the stories are all true with a ‘touch of magic’ in each one.
    I think these stories would go down well in infant and junior schools with much discussion about each story. A lovely read.

  3. Wen Elliott

    A lovely book to read and discuss with children.
    My 6 year old grandson was completely engrossed whilst I read to him which is very hard to achieve, he is a very lively little chap!
    My 11 year old grandson also listened in for a while and said he would like to read the rest of the stories himself. Great achievement too as he loves his electronics and rarely asks for books!

  4. Elaine Crowther

    A very well written children’s book with both magic and reality mixed together to keep the readers engaged what ever their age. The stories are just the right length. Infant and junior schools would benefit from these stories as they are both educational and magical. A lovely book to read.

  5. Pauline Dixon (verified owner)

    Lovely stories to read to my youngest grandchildren who are six and four. I also enjoyed reading them and they were well illustrated.

  6. Sally Speakman

    A lovely book that would be enjoyed by a variety of ages. When read with younger children it opened up thought provoking discussions. Older children appreciate reading it independently. The book is truly magical with lovely characters.

  7. Sally Speakman

    This book is perfect for a variety of primary aged children. When read to young children it provoked thoughtful discussions. It can be enjoyed by older children who can read independently. It truly is magical with lovely characters.

  8. Lynda Ginger

    A great book which deals with some issues in a sensitive and light hearted way. The stories are well written and illustrated. Both my grandsons loved the stories and keep asking if there will be more for them to read soon.

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