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The Other Books In This Series

The Colour Blue

“Sitting by the fire to warm their feet, they thought of that witch who would trick or treat.

For the magic in blue keeps the darkness away, when gremlins and ghouls come out to play.

On that night of the year when fireworks fly and bonfires bright light the evening sky.”

The second of Stephan J Myers magical rhyming adventures, `The Colour Blue` again features Loss, now joined in her dreams by a boy turned into a scarecrow who needs saving from the spell placed on him by a blue eyed witch on the eve of Halloween. Splendidly spooky, the tale takes Loss back to her book of dreams given to her in her last adventure `The Colour Red`. As the story weaves in and out of dreams, reality, and magic, the story of how Loss saves her new boy from the spell cast is packed full of rich description, and the wonderfully detailed and well executed illustrations provide a plethora of talking points for parents, and opportunities to fire the imagination.

With Ted alongside her you can be sure of a Halloween story you will want to read over and over again!

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