essentially no knights stay within the country of Crabbapple. and people who do are virtually thoroughly dead. it is because the dominion has been at peace for a very long time. yet difficulty nonetheless arises every now and then in Crabbapple, and each time it does, it really is as much as a troop of intrepid guardians, the White Magi, to keep up things.
Martha is one White Mage who thinks it can be a bit too quiet in Crabbapple in recent times. other than chasing rats out of her backyard, she hasn't had a lot to do. Her fears are proven while her fellow Mage, Mabel, looks sooner or later with negative information: the witch Aylis has been taking pictures the White Magi one-by-one. And now they're the single left!
Now, Martha would possibly not like rats, yet she is not scared of any outdated witch. regrettably, Aylis is no outdated witch. She's acquired dragons, and plenty of them—from small eco-friendly flooring dragons to very large pink fire-breathing monsters. Martha will need assistance to get prior them and keep the opposite White Magi. yet occasionally the best aid is available in the smallest packages.
Suitable for younger readers, age nine via 12, Martha and Chip is a fun-packed experience that exhibits that even the main humble creatures between us have vital presents to give.