Frogspell

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Bonnier Publishing Fiction, Sep 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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Max Pendragon is probably the worst squire in King Arthur's kingdom - he'd much rather train to be a wizard instead. So when he accidentally invents a spell that turns people into frogs, it seems his wish might come true.

But events take an unexpected turn when Max enters the Novices' Spell-Making Competition and finds himself helping Merlin fight an evil sorceress. There's no way Max's unpredictable frogspell could be of any use. Or is there?

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About the author (2011)

C. J. Busby was brought up on boats and in caravans in the southeast of England and north Wales. She read avidly as a child, and moved frequently from place to place. After studying Social Anthropology at Cambridge, she lived in a fishing village in South India while doing research for her PhD. Her first children's story, THE THING, was shortlisted for the Nickelodeon Jr National Write a Bedtime Story prize, and recorded for Fun Radio in March 2007.

Her other book, FROGSPELL, was chosen by the prestigious Richard & Judy Book Club, in association with WH Smith, and featured on their Summer 2012 selection. This first title in the FROGSPELL series was also shortlisted for the 2012 Waverton Good Read Award.
She now lives in Devon and has three children. She currently works on environmental issues with schools, and is a copyeditor for an academic press. Follow C. J. at www.cjbusby.co.uk or on Twitter: @ceciliabusby.

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