‘If you’re looking for smart, charming, imaginative fantasy, look no further than Starfell. It’s one of those books that immediately makes you feel right at home.’
P.G. Bell, author of The Train to Impossible Place
ENTER THE WORLD OF STARFELL
Pack your hairy carpetbag for magic and adventure, in a world where there are witches and cloud dragons, grumpy monsters-from-under-the-bed, trolls and forgotten tellers …
And meet Willow Moss, the youngest child in a family of powerful witches.
With a mother who can speak to the dead, a sister who can blow things up with her mind, and another who can move things with hers …
Willow’s isn’t exactly … exciting. She can finds lost things. Like shoes or socks or her neighbour’s missing wooden teeth. No one thinks much of her ability at all, least of all herself …. until the most fearsome witch in all of Starfell comes to her door with the news that Last Tuesday has gone missing.
Which is no big deal – apart from the fact that if it’s not restored the ENTIRE WORLD could unravel.
She’ll need to FIND THE DAY TO SAVE THE DAY.
(And take her best-friend, the monster-from-under-the-bed along for the ride).
About the author
Dominique Valente is fairly certain she has that Benjamin Button type of disease where you grow younger as you grow older. As, apart from being a quasi-grown-up in her twenties, working as a journalist for publications, she gave that all up to write about grumpy monsters and witches instead.
Born in South Africa without part of her lower right arm, she writes stories about being different, the importance of self-love and the magic of being who you truly are.
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