"Your uncle is amazing," Mia's friends tell her.
"Yes," agrees Mia. "He is magic."
Mia's Uncle Robbie is amazing - he knows lots of magic tricks, like how to produce an egg from Mia's ear, or how to turn a red hanky into a green one. One kind of magic he hasn't yet learnt, however, is how to make his legs work. But this doesn't stop him from being the best uncle Mia could wish for!
This is Book 28 in the Walker Stories Series. See all Walker Stories books here.
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Lindsay MacLeod was something of a child prodigy, writing two adventure novels for children at the ages of 10 and 12 and getting them both published while still in her early teens. As an adult she then worked in publishing and graphic design and has recently returned to writing since having her own children. She lives in Glasgow.
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David Almond (Author)
David Almond is the author of Skellig, My Name is Mina, Counting Stars, The Savage, Island, A Song for Ella Grey, The Colour of the Sun and many other novels, stories, picture books, opera librettos, songs and plays. His work is translated into 40 languages, and is widely adapted for stage and screen. His major