A children’s novel by Angelica Banks about imagination, writing, friendship and the magic of having a truly great dog
Tuesday McGillycuddy loves stories. Her mother, the famous writer Serendipity Smith, has locked herself away in her writing room to finish the final book in her best-selling series for children. But when Tuesday knocks on her door, she discovers her mother is missing! Tuesday's search for her mother takes her to the mysterious place that stories come from. Here, Tuesday meets the pint-sized heroine Vivienne Small, duels with the hideous pirate Carsten Mothwood, and learns the truth about her remarkable dog, Baxterr with a double r. But, where is her mother? And how will Tuesday ever get home?
Sequel - A Week without Tuesday
In A Week without Tuesday Tuesday McGillycuddy faces dangerous challenges both at home (where her mother's secret identity is under threat of exposure by a brilliant journalist) and in the world of story, where Tuesday learns that just because you have written one story it doesn't mean the next one will be easy!
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Angelica Banks is not one writer but two. Heather Rose and Danielle Wood have been friends for years, and when they decided to write a book together they chose a pen name, just to make things easy. Heather and Danielle live in Tasmania and have written award-winning novels for adults. Finding Serendipity is their first book for children.
Finding Serendipity - German edition
Angelica Banks's German publisher, Magellan, has released Finding Serendipity as Tuesday und der Zauber des Anfangs or Tuesday and the Magic of the Beginning.