Bella Tabbypaw in Trouble (Magic Animal Friends #4)
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Best friends Jess and Lily visit Friendship Forest, where animals can talk and magic exists!
The girls can't wait to have a sleepover in Friendship Forest! But when brave little Bella TabbyPaw gets into trouble with the witch Grizelda's helpers, the Boggits, can Lily and Jess find the kitten before Grizelda does?
about them, so please don’t tell.” She put down two unlit lanterns she’d been holding. “How did you get in?” asked Jess. Maybe the fox cubs found the magical entrance, too, she thought to herself. “We know lots of ways,” said Rusty, “but they’re all hidden. That’s why nobody else comes here.” “Somebody else has found a way in, I’m afraid,” said Goldie. She explained about Bella and the Boggits. “If you know the tunnels well,” she added, “will you help us find Bella?” The fox cubs agreed
given me an idea for scaring away the Boggits,” said Jess. “A shadow monster!” “Brilliant!” said Lily. “But we can’t scare Bella.” She thought for a moment. “I know! Quiet, everyone!” She picked up a stone and threw it as far as possible across the cavern. As she heard it land, the Boggits turned toward it. They’d heard it, too. “What be that?” asked Whiffy. “Boggits look,” said Pongo. “Come on.” All four lumbered toward where the stone had landed. In a flash, Lily darted out and scooped
fluttered them. The fox cubs and Bella did the same, then Jess and Lily fluttered their hands. A moment later, a large yellow butterfly perched on Goldie’s shoulder. “Hello, Flitta,” said the cat. A purple butterfly settled on Goldie’s other shoulder. “Hi, Hermia,” said Jess, remembering her from their adventure rescuing Molly Twinkletail. Soon they were surrounded by a cloud of butterflies. Their rainbow colors swirled as they danced around one another, chattering in tiny, tinkly voices.
Sniff grinned. “Cat good!” “Mud good!” cried Whiffy. Pongo turned to Bella. “Kittycat want to help?” Everybody wanted to help! Suddenly, Lily’s eye was caught by an orb of light floating across the swamp. “Grizelda!” she cried. “Grizelda’s here!” The animals shrieked and ran to huddle behind Goldie and the girls. The orb hovered, then, with a flash and a cra-ack, it burst in a shower of yellow sparks. In its place stood the witch, wearing her shiny purple tunic and pants, and her boots
the branches. The girls had seen this happen before, but they still grinned at each other, wide-eyed with delight. Goldie patted some letters carved into the tree trunk. Jess and Lily knew what the letters said, and that if they spoke the words aloud, magic would begin! They held hands and said together, “Friendship Forest!” A door as high as the girls’ shoulders appeared in the trunk. Lily reached for the leaf-shaped handle and opened it. Shimmering golden light shone from inside. Ducking