Age range: 8+
‘Funny, chatty and… cool.’
‘Will have you laughing out loud.’
Trixie and the Amazing Doggy Yap Star
Trixie is a fun and fiesty free-thinker who never seems to hear the word ‘NO’!
The first book in this hilarious and charming illustrated series is sure to have girls hooked.
Trixie has a heart of gold and a love of animals so big it even includes nits! She’s passionate about vegetarianism, music and Building a Better World.
In this first adventure Trixie loses her precious trumpet – just days before she’s supposed to be playing a solo in her school’s Save the World with a Song concert!But everything starts to fall into place when she finds out her beloved dog Harpo can talk! Enter Harpo the talking, singing, doggy yap star! Will he be able to help her out of her sticky situation?
Trixie – Ace Ghost Buster
Ghostly goings-on disrupt Trixie’s Save the World With a Song concert, resulting in typically hilarious chaos for everybody’s bestest friend.
If there is one Very Extremely true fact about Trixie, it is this – her life is NEVER straightforward. And this time the list of crazy things all happening at once is nearly a mile long!
Just who or what is the Ghost of St Aubergine’s Primary School and what does it want? Why does the Save the Car Factory meeting have to be on the same day as Trixie’s Save the World with a Song Concert? Where on earth has her trumpet gone and how is she going to tell her parents she’s lost it? And why is that dirty old man following her everywhere?
Trix and friends are determined to get to the bottom of it all, no matter what!
Trixie and the Dream Pony of Doom
All Trixie has ever wanted is her very own horse – and when her gran wins money in a competition, Trixie’s dream finally comes true.
But the pony turns out to be more of a nightmare than a dream come true – after all, where DO you keep a pony in a suburban house? In the bedroom? Worth a try, maybe. Trixie’s brain will have to work overtime to solve this one!
With fun and quirky illustrations throughout and laughs on every page, the Trixie stories are guaranteed to entertain.
Trixie Fights For Furry Rights
Trixie is a feisty, funny ten-and-three quarters-year-old who knows exactly what she thinks and is always ready to share it!
Trixie’s beloved doggy Harpo (yes, the infamous Doggy Yap Star) had puppies and the day has come to find them a new home, much to Trixie’s despair. Nothing she says can convince her parents that they really DO need to keep all of the Very Extremely cuddly and talented furry friends. Nobody understands that Trixie is the only person who can bring up puppies, when everyone else keeps calling them “Dumb Animals” and outrageous things like that. Especially the local posh lady who wants to buy THE WHOLE LITTER, convincing Trixie that they have their very own Cruella de Ville situation on hand.
Naturally, Trixie has a plan involving a school project, teaching the new dogs old tricks, and a Very Extremely Brilliant trap!
Trixie Gets the Witch Factor
Trixie explores her witchy genes (inherited through seventeen generations) at a school for witches, which is Very Extremely NOT Hogwarts!
Trixie can’t believe her luck when she’s invited to attend a half-term taster course in witchcraft and Wizardry at Conundrums Academy. But her witchy prowess and her inventiveness are tested to the full by the Very Extremely peculiar rules and punishments, and the generally strange goings-on. Trixie is also on a secret mission to find a Long Lost Family Heirloom rumoured to be somewhere in the school. And if anything goes wrong – the Evil Force will mince her!
More hilarity and spellbinding fun with everybody’s bestest friend!
Trixie – Very Extremely Brilliant Guide to Everything
Trixie is a fun and fiesty free-thinker with a Very Extremely
hilarious take on life! This charming, illustrated guide is full off funny, ingenious tips on how to deal with life’s little niggles.
In this handy guide Trixie’s offers her very own advice, answering all those difficult questions that girls have. Like, how to cope with getting up to go to the loo when you’re at a Sleepover. How not to be afraid of the dark. How to deal with embarrassing parents etc. In handy A to Z format, girls just have to think of the first letter of their problem and look up for Trixie’s marvellous advice!
e.g. A for adults – they mean well and are useful for buying houses and providing pocket money.