Molly Twinkletail Runs Away (Magic Animal Friends #2)

Molly Twinkletail Runs Away (Magic Animal Friends #2)

Language: English

Pages: 112

ISBN: 054568644X

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


From the mind of Daisy Meadows comes a new fantasy world, with the same great magical voice as Rainbow Magic but brand-new adventures!

Best friends Jess and Lily visit Friendship Forest, where animals can talk and magic exists!

The girls are excited to go to the Friendship Forest fair, but Grizelda the witch wants to spoil everyone's fun! When her sneaky helpers, the Boggits, trick little Molly Twinkletail into running away, will Jess and Lily be able to find the tiny mouse?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

behind their house. Both the girls loved to help look after the animals. “An injured fox cub came in this morning,” added Lily. “We should check on him first.” Jess nodded, making her blond curls bounce. “Good idea,” she said. “That’s the best thing about summer vacation—spending lots of time with the animals!” “Wait!” said Mr. Forester. “Where do dirty plates go?” “In the sink,” chanted Lily and Jess. As they stacked the dishes, Jess heard a soft scratching noise. “Listen,” she said. Skkks

behind their house. Both the girls loved to help look after the animals. “An injured fox cub came in this morning,” added Lily. “We should check on him first.” Jess nodded, making her blond curls bounce. “Good idea,” she said. “That’s the best thing about summer vacation—spending lots of time with the animals!” “Wait!” said Mr. Forester. “Where do dirty plates go?” “In the sink,” chanted Lily and Jess. As they stacked the dishes, Jess heard a soft scratching noise. “Listen,” she said. Skkks

can’t stay there. We’ll need to catch it!” He rooted around in a cupboard and produced a long plastic box with a little door at one end. “See?” he said. “Once the mouse is inside, the door will close behind it. Then we can release it somewhere safe. But first,” he went on, “we need something to tempt it into the box.” “Mice like chocolate,” suggested Jess. “And peanut butter!” said Lily. “Let’s try some of each.” After they’d set the trap and put it back in the cupboard, the girls said

said Reek with a growl. The four hairy creatures stepped onto the rocks. “Now!” shouted Lily and Jess. Mr. Paddlefoot gave the girls a thumbs-up, then the beavers rolled away the logs that supported the dam. Whoosh! Jess and Lily watched in amazement as a torrent of water gushed all over the shrieking Boggits. Molly’s whiskers twitched with excitement. The Boggits roared and gasped as they tried to escape the downpour. They stumbled and spluttered, sliding over the slippery rocks in their

minutes.” Lily and Jess giggled. They’d forgotten that time stood still when they were in Friendship Forest! “I’ll check it,” said Jess. She looked in the cupboard. “Lily!” she whispered. “The trap’s little door is shut.” “The mouse must be in there,” Lily said. Jess picked up the trap. She could hear something moving inside. “Let’s set it free,” she said. She carefully carried the trap to the trees at the end of the garden and set it down. Lily lifted the little door. A moment later a

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