The Magic Misfits are back in another tale of mystery and adventure from Emmy award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris!
A curious visitor.
A link to the past.
A new riddle to solve ...
Leila is a gifted escape artist, but she's never been able to unlock the mysteries of her past. She likes living with her adopted dads above Mr Vernon's magic shop, yet she's always wondered about her birth parents - and the key they gave her when she was a baby. So when an old friend pays a visit to her dad and poppa, could she reveal Leila's hidden history?
Carter, Leila and the Magic Misfits are back in a new adventure filled with magic tricks, secret codes and one nefarious monkey.
And of course there's lots of marvellous hints and tips on doing magic tricks so that you can become a magician too ...
`I adored The Magic Misfits. This man is far too talented for my liking, and needs to be stopped!' - David Walliams
Perfect for children aged 8 to 12 years old and fans of Lemony Snicket, David Walliams ... and magic!
Neil Patrick Harris is an Emmy award-winning American actor, producer, director, magician, comedian and singer.
`Two of my favorite things are magic and reading,' says Neil, `which collided with two new favourite things: my twin six-year-old children.'
DID YOU KNOW? Neil Patrick Harris is a registered magician, and served as President of the Academy of Magical Arts from 2011-2014.
Neil is currently starring in Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events as Count Olaf, the greedy guardian of three orphans - Violet, Klaus & Sunny Baudelaire - who are investigating their parents' mysterious death.
Neil is best known for playing Barney Stinson in the television comedy series How I Met Your Mother and starring as Dr Horrible in Joss Whedon's hilarious musical Dr Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. As a child he starred in the popular television series Doogie Howser, MD.