Bella Tabbypaw in Trouble (Magic Animal Friends #4)

Bella Tabbypaw in Trouble (Magic Animal Friends #4)

Language: English

Pages: 112

ISBN: 0545686482

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 can't wait to have a sleepover in Friendship Forest! But when brave little Bella TabbyPaw gets into trouble with the witch Grizelda's helpers, the Boggits, can Lily and Jess find the kitten before Grizelda does?

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café. She ran inside, while Jess and Lily kneeled to peer through the doorway. Mr. and Mrs. Longwhiskers, the owners of the café, were scratching their ears and staring at a heap of saucepans on the floor. “What happened?” Mrs. Longwhiskers wondered aloud. “They were on the draining board by the window a second ago.” The cat’s ears twitched thoughtfully as she came back outside to join the girls. “Something strange is going on in Friendship Forest,” Goldie said. “I wonder what.” An hour

another went back to the Toadstool Glade. Goldie pointed down the third path. “They must have gone down there. Come on!” The three friends ran along the path. It took them past thick, stumpy trees, across a leafy glade, and alongside a bubbling stream. They skittered down a slope between prickly berry bushes, but found their way blocked by a huge heap of large gray boulders. “It’s a dead end,” groaned Lily. “They’re not here.” “All this way for nothing,” Jess said sadly. She went to sit on

whole tunnel seemed to shudder. “It’s an earthquake!” Lily whispered fearfully. There was another crash. She covered her ears to shut out the noise. The lanterns went dark. “Oh, no!” Jess said. “The noise must have frightened the glowworms. It’s too dark to go any farther without them.” “Glowworms,” Lily whispered, “don’t be frightened. It’s just a noise and we won’t let it hurt you. Please wakey, wakey.” There was the smallest beam of light. “Please?” begged Lily. “Rise and shine?” Rusty

handfuls of the gloop oozing around her. “Lovely!” she said, rubbing it into her fur. Sniff and Reek sloshed mud over each other. “Better than Boggits’ muddy pool,” said Reek happily. He flung himself on his back and sank into the mud, shouting, “LOVELY swamp!” He stood up, gloop oozing down his nose. Even Pongo agreed. “Swamp is enormous,” he said and dove in head first. “Wheeee!” “I think we’re safe,” Jess whispered. “Goldie, the Boggits love the swamp so much, perhaps we can talk them into

much of that day, no time had passed in their world. At the wildlife hospital, the kittens were just waking up. “They’re so cute,” said Lily. “The smallest one looks a bit like Bella, doesn’t she?” “She does,” said Jess. “Oh, Lily, she’s so sweet. I wish—” She stopped as the door opened, and Mr. Forester came in, clutching his mug of tea. “Jess, I’ve been thinking,” he said. “We’ll need to find homes for all these kittens. Maybe one of them could live with us.” She threw her arms around him.

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