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Granny Magic

By: Elka Evalds
Narrated by: Danielle Nott
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Summary

Grannies, knitting and magical sheep combine in this heart-warming adventure.

Will's beloved granny made cakes and knitted itchy jumpers - that's what he thought. But when she passes away and dodgy Jasper Fitchet moves in to their village, dark magic begins to unravel in Knitford. Can Peter and his gran's old craft group tie Fitchet in knots? With the help of her old motorbike and a flock of magical sheep, they might just do it...so long as they don't drop a stitch.

©2019 Elka Evalds (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Sweet and funny

This is a gentle and delightful story, with a mildly subversive anti-consumerist subtext, and themes involving forgiveness and community. It is good for boys, as the hero is brave and traditionally boyish, but he learns to knit and has unexpected adventures with his gran's old lady friends. There is even a motorbike chase across the Isle of Man. Quirky, charming, Quaker-friendly, and very British.

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