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When Holly discovers an old glass bottle she is horrified to find a genie lives inside it.
But not the usual genie of old. This genie advises caution with wishes and Holly decides to do her own research before asking for anything; much to the disgust of younger sister, Jess.
Her first wish is granted but not in the usual way. With the appearance of Professor Banako, Holly finds out her genie, Hassan, was a student genie, and has only just qualified.
A Rogue genie kidnaps Hassan, hoping that the old ways of wishes for greed and power-seeking will return. He has no time for the ethics and philosophy of wishes.
Can Holly rescue Hassan or will she never see him again?
Can Holly and Jess outwit the Rogue genie?
A story to make youngsters think: what would you really wish for?
Born in Northumberland, eldest of four children. Began ‘teaching’ in backyard at a very early age! Married with three grown-up children – a boy and two girls. Two grand-daughters.
Ex-primary schoolteacher; have also taught English to foreign students. Began writing at age of eight (or so mother reckons!), contributed to college magazine and ‘dabbled’ with plays and poetry.
Mostly writing factual accounts. Learned how ‘do research’ during fight to save local playing field from developers. As a result was given regular monthly column on local current affairs on-line magazine. Worked as a free-lance proofreader whilst continuing with my own writing.