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The Parsley Parcel

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Magic is at the heart of Freya's Romany world, and magic is not always easy to live with. When Freya is sent away to Aunt Emma and Uncle Jack's 'posh-polish' house to work her first solo magic, she feels lost and frightened. There are clashes between her and Aunt Emma who's never coped with a child before. Used to the freedom and space of gypsy life she feels trapped and h...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published May 1st 2006 by Back to Front
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Elizabeth Arnold lives on the edge of the New Forest and has been writing children's stories for about ten years. She is probably best known for her Gypsy Girl Trilogy, which was adapted for television.
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