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Mirabelle in Double Trouble (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
Mirabelle in Double Trouble (MP3)
Series:
Mirabelle #4
Written by:
Harriet Muncaster 
Read by:
Emily Wheaton 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
55 minutes 
MP3 size:
40 MB 
Published:
February 03 2022 
Available Date:
February 03 2022 
Age Category:
Children (5+) 
ISBN:
9781867594574 
Genres:
Fiction; Children; Children's Fiction; Fantasy 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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International bestselling author
Award winning author
UK Author

Half witch, half fairy, totally naughty! Mirabelle is Isadora Moon’s cousin, who we first meet in the author's famous Isadora Moon series.

Mirabelle and her family are off on holiday and Mirabelle has promised to be on her very best behaviour. She really means it too … The holiday is amazing – but when Mirabelle makes a new friend called Beatrix, she makes a worrying discovery – Beatrix is even more mischievous than Mirabelle! With potions gone wrong, runaway dragons and food fights, will Mirabelle’s family believe that Mirabelle is (mostly) innocent this time, or is it just a case of double the trouble?

'From the author of Isadora Moon comes an adorable story that will speak to every child with a naughty side as well as a nice one – and the nail-biting excitement is perfect for younger readers beginning to explore chapter books and read independently.' (on Mirabelle Gets Up To Mischief)
Booktrust

'Mirabelle's misadventures always leave youngsters eager for more!' (on Mirabelle Breaks the Rules)
Lancashire Post

'A charming story about self-acceptance.' (on Isadora Moon Goes To School)
Kirkus Reviews

'Once again, Muncaster’s carefully assembled and impressively detailed miniature scenes are a major source of the story’s charm.' (on Happy Halloween, Witch's Cat!)
Publishers Weekly