Author(s): Sue Mongredien
Enter the world of Oliver Moon, Junior Wizard, in these fun illustrated adventures full of gruesome details, extraordinary characters and a massive dose of magic. Oliver Moon is the hardest working wizard at Magic School and now he's been nominated for Young Wizard of the Year. But at home he has to cope with his seriously embarrassing unmagical parents. What will the judges say when they find out that the Moons use a microwave instead of a cauldron and a car instead of a broomstick?
Sue Mongredien was born in Nottingham in 1970. She read English at Leeds University, then moved to London after graduating. She worked as an editor of Children's Books at Random House and Transworld before leaving to travel around the world for 18 months. Back in the UK, she worked for OUP, then the BBC. She lives in Brighton with her partner and three children and writes for a living. She has over 60 children's books published.