Alice-Miranda to the Rescue

alice-miranda to the rescue

Alice-Miranda to the Rescue is written Jacqueline Harvey and illustrated by J.Yi.

It is book number 13 from the ALICE-MIRANDA Series.

The book focuses on Alice-Miranda and her friends from Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale Academy for Proper Younger Ladies. The girls are delighted to be back at school from their holiday in the Alps and are excited about the engagement of Miss Ready and Mr. Plumpton and their upcoming wedding.

The teachers and students have their challenge when  the Chudleight’s, the most awarding dog show in the country, arrive in town. Due to a flood in the village, the dog show is going to be hosted in the gymnasium of Winchesterfield-Downsfordvale Academy  Prop for Younger Ladies.

As always there is drama and things don’t go as expected. Sloane and Caprice’s bickering is reaching new heights and things are going down a slippery slope. Dogs are disappearing all over the village and certain dubious characters seem to have popped into the village. On top of everything, the girls are in danger of attending Miss Ready and Mr. Plumpton’s wedding in their muddy school tracksuits and followed by the whole dog show.

Can Alice-Miranda and her trusted friends save the day again?

I’ll tell you a secret that is not so secret. In the good tradition that  Jacqueline Harvey got us used to, Alice-Miranda is very resourceful and she will go to great lengths to make sure that things will turn out alright. You will have to read the book to find out the creative ways in which the wonderful  Jacqueline Harvey makes Alice-Miranda’s life interesting, fun and exciting.

I found Alice-Miranda to the Rescue a very enjoyable, captivating and hard to put down story. Now I’m waiting for an  Alice-Miranda adventure with Clementine Rose.


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