Cinders, her talking-dog, Sparks, a horse called Mouse, and Hansel (who accidentally - on purpose - ate some of a witch's gingerbread house) continue their quest to find Fairyland. But even the bravest questers get hungry, and when the quartet stop at a market for lunch, calamity and chaos ensue. Cinders is kidnapped by a greedy goblin, Mouse is turned back into a mouse, and Cinders's fairy godmother, Brian, pairs up with Prince Joderick to rescue her.Will Cinders escape the evil goblin? Will Sparks sing karaoke? Will the Huntsman find and capture them? The answers are: yes, not really and kind of.
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Goblins and gold / Lindsey Kelk ; illustrated by Pippa Curnick.
London : HarperCollins Children's Books, 2020.
168 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
(Cinders and Sparks ; 3)
Imaginary places--Juvenile fiction.
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