Synopsis: Half vampire, half fairy, totally unique! Isadora Moon is special because she is different. Her mum is a fairy and her dad is a vampire and she is a bit of both.

When Isadora’s cousin, Mirabelle, comes to stay, Isadora is really excited. Mirabelle, who is a witch, is older than Isadora and always has the best ideas for things to do. So when she suggests that instead of taking Pink Rabbit Isadora should take a dragon to ‘Bring Your Pet to School Day’, Isadora ignores her worries and goes along with the plan. But looking after a dragon turns out to be a little bit harder than the pair of them expect . . .

Release Date: 4th May 2017

Genres: Middle Grade, Fantasy, Friendship, Family, Animals, Dragons, Fairies, Vampires, Witches, Magic.

Pages: 119

Review: Isadora’s cousin Mirabelle is staying for the week and thinks it’s fun to use her magic to make everything a little more fun, turning them tiny to play in the doll house, creating a dragon for Isadora to take to school. The fun gets Isadora into big trouble and she starts telling lies.

I love Mirabelle she’s so funny and so incredibly naughty, she is just having fun but she goes a little too far and makes things into big messes. Isadora is so cute, she knows it’s wrong and that it’s not what she wanted to do but didn’t want to upset her cousin so kept going along with it all.

I really enjoyed this one it was so cute and the dragon was so funny puffing glitter and stars everywhere he went. I also enjoy the illustrations in these books, the added colour pop on each page is so beautiful and the characters are just cute to look at too.

About Author: Harriet Muncaster studied illustration at Norwich University College of the Arts before going on to get an MA in children’s book illustration at the Cambridge School of Art. In creating the art for her first book for children, she was thrilled to have found a good outlet for her lifelong fascination with miniatures. She lives in Hertfordshire, England.


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