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  1. Abigail Abigail says:

    Mog goes missing in this seventeenth Meg and Mog picture book falling off of Meg's broom as she rides to a witchy gathering with Bess Jess Tess and Cress The five witches organize a search party but they end up one step behind the missing feline until Meg cooks up a spell Glow worm toad And mistletoe Where Mog's gone Everybody go that lands them all in tight uarters in her cauldron All ends happily once they are extricated however as Meg's witch friends depart and she and Mog head home for breakfastPublished in 2005 some thirty three years after the initial Meg and Mog which first saw print in 1972 Mog's Missing is an entertaining addition to author Helen Nicoll and illustrator Jan Pieńkowski's witchy picture book series It is the first to include other magical practitioners all of whom look very much like Meg and contains a number of humorous scenes Meg's crash landing at the witches' gathering; the two page spread in which everyone is inside the cauldron the darkness relieved only by their eyes and the various speech bubbles containing their exclamations that add to the sense of fun Recommended to young children who enjoy witchy fare particularly if they are already familiar with these characters


  2. ✟Roxanne✟(Death by Book Avalanche) ☠ ✟Roxanne✟(Death by Book Avalanche) ☠ says:

    I remember reading Meg and Mog when I was a small child and I loved it I'm so happy I get to share these books with my 3 year old daughter She really enjoyed this one it made her giggle and she really wanted to know where Mog went Adorable


  3. Portable Portable says:

    Meg and Mog has been one of my favourite books ever since I was a little girl There's something about Jan Pieńkowski's vivid illustrations that just makes me smile Our children also love the adventures of witch Mog her stripy cat Mog and Owl If you want to take a learning angle these stories are great for thinking about magic recipes ingredients for spells and rhymes But I love them just because they are so much fun I won't write individual reviews for the books in this series as they all have their moments of delightI love this one if only for the wonderful picture of Meg doing a double take when she realises that Mog is missing


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Mog's Missing ❰Read❯ ➵ Mog's Missing Author Helen Nicoll – Buyprobolan50.co.uk It's Midsummer Eve and Meg and Mog fly off to meet their friends but naughty Mog is messing around and falls from the broom Meg and friends form a search party but however hard they look Mog just can' It's Midsummer Eve and Meg and Mog fly off to meet their friends but naughty Mog is messing around and falls from the broom Meg and friends form a search party but however hard they look Mog just can't be found It takes a special spell to reveal Mog's hiding place and when they find him curled up in the cauldron he receives a firm telling off from Meg before being flown home in time for breakfast.