‘Granny Magic‘ seems to have something to do with Will’s granny’s knitting. What could be so special about the garments Will’s Granny Gertie knitted? Certainly, there’s something that’s drawing the dedicated attention of newcomer Mr Fitchet with his ‘pressed-thin grin‘. He’s bought Knittington’s Woolman Mill and seems determined to buy up all the knitted garments in town. What is the intention of ‘Fitchet & Ferret’ and why is Mr Fitchet so very interested in Magic Wool?
Will’s instant suspicion of Mr Fitchet is right on the money. It leads him to the Gang of Grannies and the revelation of his Granny’s knitting magic. Somehow Granny’s knitting always did the right thing, whether it be to comfort, make you run faster, or give you strength. Could it be that there’s something more than Granny love within the stitches? Might it be possible that the wool itself contains some magical ingredient?
Will and the grannies are going to have to use all their combined skills and ingenuity to stitch up Fitchit! Magical mysteries for newer readers, such as this, or Picklewitch & Jack and the Cuckoo Cousin hit just the right note. We are delighted to welcome ‘Granny Magic‘ aboard!