Emily Feather #1: Emily Feather and the Enchanted Door

First in a magical series from Holly Webb, set in a house full of enchanted doors. Simply the dreamiest storytelling: softer than a feather eiderdown. Emily’s house is enchanted. With so many different doors, it sometimes seems as if the walls must have moved. But that would be impossible – wouldn’t it? Little does Emily know that behind these many doors lie strange and wonderful worlds, full of the kind of magic most people couldn’t even dream of. Sit back and let this new heroine take you beyond the realms of possibility…

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  • This book has a great magical effect to the reader and can transform your mind into the most beautiful and exciting new world

    3 February 2019

  • loved it

    I really love reading all the series . I really regret returning it back to the library. I hope Holly Webb wrights a fifth series. I’m starting to read the lily and rose series that’s really good.

    5 February 2016

  • liked it

    A fabulous book

    8 March 2014

  • okay

    It isn’t my type of book and I found it was a bit too spooky and mythical.

    5 March 2014

  • liked it

    This is an awesome book from the best-selling author HOLLY WEBB!!!! I can’t wait to read the next book in the series,Emily Feather and the Secret Mirror!

    The Rose Series are a tiny bit better though.

    9 October 2013

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    Holly is the best-selling author of lots of brilliant books including the Molly’s Magic, Animalmagic and Rose series.

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