Stella and the Night Sprites #1: Knit-Knotters: A Branches Book by Sam HayStella and the Night Sprites #1: Knit-Knotters: A Branches Book by Sam Hay

Stella and the Night Sprites #1: Knit-Knotters: A Branches Book

bySam HayIllustratorTurine Tran

Paperback | January 26, 2016

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Meet the Night Sprites-mischief-mischief-making fairy-like creatures that only Stella can see!

Stella is upset when she finds out she needs glasses. But then it turns out her new glasses are magic! When she wears them, Stella can see the sparkly Night Sprites. In this first book, Stella meets Trixie, a knit-knotter Sprite. Trixie seems nice, but she ties knots in kids' hair to make it all tingly-tangly. If Trixie doesn't stop tying knots, Stella will have to get a haircut! Can Stella stop her magical new friend from turning her hair into a tangled mess?

Sam Hay has always wanted to be a writer, and growing up in Scotland, she filled endless notebooks with stories and poems. She trained as a journalist and worked in newspapers and for BBC Television before writing her first children's book. Since then she's had more than twenty books published. Sam lives in Wales with her family and pe...
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Title:Stella and the Night Sprites #1: Knit-Knotters: A Branches BookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 7.63 × 5.26 × 0.29 inPublished:January 26, 2016Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545819989

ISBN - 13:9780545819985

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Praise for Branches books:"These books should be considered for larger libraries wanting to enhance their easy-reader collections." -- School Library Journal"Plenty of drawings assist readers with plot development." -- School Library Journal"A nice stepping stone to more advanced chapter books." -- Booklist"We are absolutely desperate for these books. Thank you for recognizing and addressing [this monumental gap in the market." -- Andrew Medlar, Youth Materials Specialist, Chicago Public Library