Molly Moon & the Monster Music (Paperback)

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Molly Moon & the Monster Music (Paperback)


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Molly has developed even more amazing powers in the sixth and final hypnotic installment of the New York Times bestselling Molly Moon series—perfect for fans of Lemony Snicket and Pseudonymous Bosch!

Molly Moon can hypnotize or morph into anyone she chooses, travel through time, read minds—and now, thanks to a mysterious and magical coin, she can play EVERY instrument. The harmonica! The guitar! The drums! The piano! You name it. But will Molly be able to free herself from the coin's powers to save her friends—and herself?

In the fun-filled sixth and final book of the Molly Moon series, Molly must face the music—the hypnotic music—of a magical coin that has the power to turn its owners into monsters!

Georgia Byng grew up by the river Itchen in Hampshire, England, in a large family. She started writing as a child, interviewing people who lived in the local village.

As an adult, Georgia wrote comic strips and eventually turned to writing books without pictures. She lives with the artist Marc Quinn and her children Tiger, Lucas, and Sky. Georgia has the following message for readers of this latest Molly Moon adventure: "Music is incredibly powerful. Some of it is even hypnotic. Listen and see!"

Product Details ISBN: 9780061661655
ISBN-10: 0061661651
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication Date: March 18th, 2014
Pages: 320
Language: English
Series: Molly Moon

Praise for the Molly Moon series: “This bigger-than-life tale offers delightfully dastardly villains, a sympathetic heroine who lives out every child’s dream and plenty of fast-paced action.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Recommend this novel to fans of Lemony Snicket.” — School Library Journal

“Molly Moon is back, and Byng has outdone herself. Molly is irresistible. More than just roaring good fun; it’s a feel-good story that will leave [readers] hungry for more about a winning kid who learns to be comfortable in her own skin.” — ALA Booklist

“An enjoyable over-the-top page turner.” — Kirkus Reviews

“Can there ever be too many Molly Moons?” — Publishers Weekly