Violet Mackerel's Brilliant Plot
Violet tries thinking outside the square and using her mind’s eye. She also tries archaeology, knitting and being generous. But when even your most brilliant plots seem to end up in slight disaster (as Violet’s do) having a useful theory (like Violet’s Theory of Small Things) can make all the difference.
And who knows what you might find along the way?
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Debut author Branford...offer up a charming new chapter book star, who is sure to appeal to fans of Sara Pennypacker’s Clementine or Paula Danzinger’s Amber Brown.
"A charming easy reader that also serves as a thoughtful, gentle read-aloud."
School Library Journal
"Violet gives girls what Captain Awesome gives boys: a strong character, a large dose of comedy and a sense of adventure."
"Well written, beautifully illustrated and a great alternative for girls of five and above who want more than fairies and glitter."
"Recommended for girls aged five and up who enjoy their books with a hint of quirkiness and a large dollop of imagination."
"Introducing readers to a new warm and loveable character, Violet Mackerel’s Brilliant Plot is a story not to be missed."