Books for Girls - Witch School - Book 5: Flame: For Girls Aged 9-12 by Katrina Kahler

Book 5 in our best selling series of books for girls aged 9-12...Witch School.

Books for girls - witch school - book 5: flame: for girls aged 9-12

The discovery of a dragon's egg in the forest brings about great changes in the school life of Molly. Given the task of keeping the dragon safe and a secret is a huge ask for a teenage girl. Eventually one of the students discover's Molly's secret. Will she be helpful or will she expose Molly and the Academy for not destroying a dragon?

Girls aged 9-12 will love Book 5 of this series.

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic

Secondary Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / Girls & Women

Language: English

Keywords: books for girls aged 9-12, books for girls 9-12, girls books 9-12, girls books ages 9-12, books for kids, witch story, witch school, fantasy books for girls, magic

Word Count: 22000

Sales info:

Part of a 5 book series, we would like the same translator to do the whole series. In UK it ranks around 10000 to 12000 in the kindle store and around 70000 in the USA kindle store. Currently being looked at by a movie company in LA. Written by the best selling children's author Katrina Kahler.

Sample text:

The dragon egg was far heavier than it looked and Molly and Miss Moffat struggled to carry it. The trees of the Dark Forest seemed a never-ending gloom of bark and greens that seemed to entwine together. The mid-morning sun was relentless and loose strands of Molly's hair stuck to her head with sweat. Her arms felt heavy and ached under the egg's weight, she gritted her teeth to try and cope with the pain.


Miss Moffat wasn't suffering in the heat, nor was any of her perfectly fixed up hair out of place. She showed no signs of strain as she carried the egg, humming whilst she moved.


Molly imagined flying over the trees with the egg balanced on her broom and the soft wind brushing through her hair. Unfortunately the egg was too heavy and delicate to risk taking on their brooms, so they had no choice but to walk the long trek back to the Academy. Their brooms and wands floating closely behind them.


The egg glistened in the sunlight and there was no denying that it looked beautiful. Still, right now Molly despised it, nearly as much as she disliked the silly girls who'd caused this to happen in the first place. Opening the Book of Dragons, seriously, out of all the stupid actions they could have done, that was by far the dumbest. She rolled her eyes at the thought of it and continued to grit her teeth.


Her fingers were slipping, she tried to regain her grip but the egg was now damp beneath her hands. She looked up at Miss Moffat who seemed oblivious to Molly's plight.


'Miss Moffat,' Molly croaked out, as the egg began to slide through her fingers, but she was too busy humming to hear her.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Simona Trapani
Author review:
Simona is a very reliable translator who always does a professional job. We can recommend her very highly.
Already translated. Translated by Heidy Baratto Ellgutter
Author review:
Heidy is a great translator.

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