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Molly Moon Stops The World by Georgia Byng

Molly Moon Stops The World

by Georgia Byng
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  • Apr 13, 2004
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  • Apr 2005
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is there any other molly moon books?
Natasha, aged 8

Molly Moon Stops The World is about a girl that goes on adventures with her best friend Rocky. She goes to a place where Primo Cell lives, who is a big baddy. I think this book is fabulous because it is exciting and when you stop you just want to read, read and read more!

Hi!Iam Aoife and i am nine years old. I think Gorgina Bygn is a brilliant author and Molly Moon is an absoloutly increadible book ! Reading it makes you feel as if you are right there living it all out ! The characters almost jump out of the page at you ! Everyone should read this i's definitely the best book I have ever read . I has a great storyline thet will take you on a kind of adventure you have nevar been on before !
Jessarai Jesso

Molly Moon Stops The World!
I really enjoyed reading this book. The excitement and adventure was lively. I also like the little dog Petula.
Madeline Wilson

I purchased MM Stops the World in Spain. It has a lovely (hard) cover and I was going to present it to my Spanish Tutor who was expecting a baby. In the event I kept it and found the English version in Tesco's. I started to read it but felt I hadn't a clue what Molly looked like so I purchased MM Incredible Book of Hypnotism. I read them both, easily and quickly - like a film I couldn't wait to find out what happens next! I am amazed how the story unfolds and the reader feels as though they have been to New York and LA. Fascinating and I am 56! I have given the first book to my friend's daughter now to read when she feels ready - she is only 8 but loves reading. My aim now is to read Stops the World in Spanish! Every good wish for the future Georgia.

it was ok ,prefered first book.sup dog

it was a chick book

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