• Evie Dunn

Tilly and The Lost Fairy Tales by Anna James


๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒ๐ŸŒ We were cool bananas about this book.


Blurb:

Sometimes you have to get lost to find your way home...


Our review:

As the sequel to Tilly and the bookwanderers, this book is marvellous! Matilda Pages, an avid reader, lives with her Grandparents in their bookshop, Pages & Co. She was perfectly happy, and reading alot, when strange things began happening...

Can she save the fairy tales before they get destroyed? And is there anyone who can help?

Itโ€™s an absolute thriller! You read it and there is such a strong bond between you, Tilly and Oskar. This book is full of imagination and cosy books. I have already reread it twice. it is not scary or inappropriate, and would be great as a class read. Itโ€™s probably 8+, but anyone from 8- 98 could read it.

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