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Molly Mischief Saves the World

Adam Hargreaves

Publisher: Pavilion Children's

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Summary

From the illustrator and author of the hugely successful Mr Men comes the second Molly Mischief tale.

 
Molly is a superhero. She's super-speedy, super-strong and has laser vision. She's Super Molly! And with great powers comes great mischief! 

 
Molly's super powers help her to complete her chores in record time, lift the family car over all the traffic jams, rescue a stranded whale, capture criminals in the big city, and save the world from an asteroid. But will Molly finally want to go back to her old life after all that super action?

 
A brilliantly funny story about appreciating what you already have – packed with action, fun and mischief!

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