Sophie Flufftail's Brave Plan (Magic Animal Friends #5)
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The girls are thrilled to be back in Friendship Forest, but Grizelda is up to her old tricks with some new helpers -- dragons! When Grizelda's ice dragon casts a spell on the Flufftail family, can Lily and Jess help little squirrel Sophie Flufftail free her family?
and pants. Her green hair swirled like angry snakes as she stamped her pointy-toed boot. Goldie took a brave step toward her. “Stay away from Friendship Forest, Grizelda!” she cried. The witch cackled. “Ha! It’s the cat and the meddlesome girls,” she spat. “But who cares? I’m going to make Friendship Forest so horrible that no one will want to live in it. Then I’ll have it all for myself!” Lily and Jess stepped beside Goldie. “No, you won’t,” shouted Jess. “We won’t let you!” Grizelda gave
looked after all kinds of animals in need, and both Jess and Lily loved helping there whenever they could! Mr. Forester glanced out of the window. “Take your coats,” he said. “It looks like it’s about to rain, and you don’t want to get wet.” As he spoke, rain splattered against the window. Jess and Lily put their coats and rain boots on, and Jess picked up her big rainbow-striped umbrella. When they stepped outside, Lily’s short, dark hair blew across her face. She ducked under Jess’s umbrella
and we’ll do it again!” Lily agreed. But just then the air turned icy cold. There was a whoosh and a cloud of snowflakes blew over them. Jess heard wings flapping and looked up. “Oh, no! It’s Chilly the ice dragon!” “Dragon?” shrieked Mrs. Flufftail. “Children, hide!” The young Flufftails scattered. Woody and Dasha ran squealing behind Lily and Jess, and Hazel and Lulu hid under Mr. Flufftail’s tail. As Chilly swooped down to land, he blew a big raspberry, scattering ice flakes everywhere.
whispered. Jess and Goldie joined her. Sophie looked over Lily’s shoulder as they all peered into the mouth of the cave. “Wow!” said Lily. It was dark inside the cave, but the walls, roof, and floor shimmered with gleaming ice. Long icicles hung from the roof and the rocks on the ground glittered with frost. And in the middle, his tail over his eyes and his body shaking, was Chilly. But he wasn’t laughing … he was crying! Chilly whimpered again. With each cry, puffs of snow blew out of his
they were as soft and fluffy as could be. Then they started to wipe the frost from the glass. Swish! Swish! Swish! “We can’t clean the glass,” said Jess, “but is there another way we can help?” “You could water the sunflowers,” Sophie suggested. Once the sunshine started streaming in and the sunflowers had been watered, they stood up straight and tilted their faces toward the sky. In less than an hour, the Shining House was almost clean. As Sophie’s tail rubbed away the last patch of frost,