Then his gran's friend May comes to stay. May is a fitness fanatic who knocks Timmy and Gramps into shape in no time, and Timmy discovers there's magic in his toes, he can kick a ball just like Great Uncle Vernon. And when Timmy performs on the football field, everyone wants to be friends with him.
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"Inspiring." (SEN Magazine)
"The latest title in the Magical Children series deals with bullying and focuses on football. Andrew Sachs' interpretation of this series has reflected their humour and poignancy perfectly." (Publishing News)
"It is a relief, amid so much arch and knowing children's entertainment, to settle down to a straight-forward, well-told tale, with clearly defined characters and a happy ending. The incomparable Andrew Sachs Is relaxed without being casual, his glorious voice rising above the sound effects of slurps of tea and suchlike. A delight, that also smuggles in the lesson that football isn¿t just a game, it is a metaphor for life." (Telegraph)
I really like that it was all happy and that from the start onwards it seemed to get better and better at some places the sound affects didn't sound right but they were also really good and funny it could have been a bit longer and said about timmys career as a football player like if he won the title scored on his debut or got replaced and soled when in bad form and then come back with a bang but all in all I think it was an amazing book red really well and it's probably my favourite book thank you I hope you read this and ate this awesome book so you can enjoy it like I did.
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