May 2013, Orion, 137 papes, Paperback, Review copy
Themes: magic, being a young witch, keeping your powers hidden, the difficulty of keeping secrets from friends, bonds of friendship, mega mean girls, justice, sleepovers, magical and non-magical pranks, pesky brother, lots of cake and fun
Summary from Orion
Mischief and magic in the third book of the series as Trix finds that some secrets are very hard to keep!
It's Trix's best friend Holly's tenth birthday and Trix can't wait for Holly to discover her own magical powers. Instead, Holly actually discovers that Trix is a witch! Now that Trix has let this slip, will it end her dream of becoming a real 'fairy' godmother?
This is my favourite book by fa, especially with the mean people getting what they deserve and Trix having a happy outcome to what had been an unhappy situation. Jinx is as adorable a cat as ever - I like his viewpoints in the story.
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Check out the rest of the series which starts in Magic Trix: The Witching Hour and continues in Magic Trix: Flying High (both are reviewed in the same post)