Molly and Pim and the Millions of Stars

Molly and Pim and the Millions of Stars

by Martine Murray
Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe)
Publication Date: 24/06/2015

Molly has a strange life. Her mama collects herbs at dawn and makes potions, her father and brothers have gone away, and her house feels like a gypsy caravan.

Molly doesn’t want to know anything about herbs and potions. She wishes she could be more like her best friend, Ellen, who has a normal family and a normal house. But she is also secretly interested in Pim, who is inquisitive and odd and a little bit frightening.

When Molly’s mama makes a potion that has a wild and shocking effect, Molly and Pim look for a way to make things right, and Molly discovers the magic and value of her own unusual life.

Molly and Pim and the Millions of Stars is a delightful story about friendship and acceptance and learning to see the wonder in the world.

Martine Murray writes and illustrates picture books, middle-grade fiction and young adult fiction, including The Slightly True Story of Cedar B Hartley, The Slightly Bruised Glory of Cedar B Hartley and How to Make a Bird. Her books have been published internationally and translated into seventeen languages. She was born in Melbourne and currently lives in Castlemaine in Victoria.

'Murray’s storytelling is so fresh and beguiling that, for a moment, we feel this is great wisdom heard for the first time.’ The Times UK, ‘Children’s Book of the Week’

‘Martine Murray’s writing is majestical and sophisticated…this book has a sense of wonder about it.’ Books & Publishing

‘A beautiful magical story, full of surprises and brimming with wisdom.’ Karen Foxlee

‘Molly and Pim is wild, whimsical and wonderful. It makes you fall in love with the world and everyone in it.’ Sally Rippin

‘Open-hearted and magical—an utter delight.’ Rebecca Stead

‘Here is a middle-grade novel that sees beauty and magic in the environment around us, and celebrates seeds of friendship which grow deep roots. I loved this charming and whimsical novel, and young readers will too!’ Alpha Reader

‘Murray gives the reader a truly delightful tale and adorns her text with charming illustrations…A magical read.’ BookMooch

‘Sensory and lyrical, with awe-inspiring imagery.’ Boomerang Books

‘A sweet and heart-warming story, perfect for children and adults too.’ Bookish Manicurist

‘Sensitive and wonderfully eccentric…This is a beautiful, hopeful book.’ Readings

‘There is a lyrical quality to this narrative, a cadence—soft and whimsical. Martine Murray’s Molly and Pim and the Millions of Stars brings a sense of magic and wonder and is beautifully written.’ ReadPlus

‘This novel is The Loveliest. Sweet and splendid and magical, while still being of-this-world.’ Steph Bowe

‘A novel for young readers about difference, connections, magic, life and the forces of nature…Beautifully written.’ Stuff NZ

‘It’s such a gorgeous story that I devoured it in one sitting, marvelling in the beauty of small little sketches that were dotted intermittently throughout the novel and the lyrical way the paragraphs were weaved together, presenting a book that was equally satisfying to admire and immerse yourself in.’ Written Word Worlds

‘Magical and perceptive’ Parents in Touch

‘Murray’s storytelling is so fresh and beguiling that, for a moment, we feel this is great wisdom heard for the first time.’ Times UK

‘A glorious heartwarming book.’ Read It Daddy

Molly and Pim and the Millions of Stars by Martine Murray is an eccentric highly readable story about friendship and individuality. If you have ever marvelled at all the wonder in the world then join Molly on an exciting adventure of discovery.’ Armadillo

General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
Epub (Kobo), Epub (Adobe)
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The Text Publishing Company
Martine Murray

Martine Murray was born in Melbourne and now lives in Castlemaine in Victoria.

She is an award-winning children’s novelist and illustrator. The Last Summer of Ada Bloom is her first novel for adults.

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