Opal Moonbaby Forever by Maudie Smith

Opal Moonbaby Forever by Maudie Smith, the new book from Orion children’s books, is a great story of Martha who’s best friend is an alien called Opal.

Martha’s best friend is an alien called Opal. Opal Moonbaby can move things with her eyes, make popcorn fountains, and travel all over the world in her very own spaceship and Martha can’t imagine life without her. But Opal’s time on Earth is almost at an end. They have one final summer together. So why is Opal acting so strangely all of a sudden?

This charming story of love and friendship with aliens thrown in for good measure this will be the perfect book for fans of authors like Jacqueline Wilson, Cathy Cassidy or Liz Kessler. If you would like more information on the Moonbaby series of books please visit Maudie Smiths website, or you can talk to her on twitter here.

I have two copies of this great new book to giveaway and for your chance you have to enter the rafflecopter below.

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Comments

  1. It would have to be Venus – would love to be a bit closer to the sun !! x

    Also saying hello as sent over from Over 40 and Mum To One x

  2. I would like to try Pluto. I’d like to see how Aliens cope with freezing cold conditions and maybe bring some ideas back to the UK!

  3. I’m going to say a planet made out of chocolate, there must be one out there somewhere in a far off distance galaxy!

  4. Neptune such a lovely blue colour with a very active weather system – extremely cold but it wouldn’t be boring!

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