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She realises that she would rather be back in the horrible, grimy old orphanage as long as she can have her best friend Rocky back. Although the novel is mainly from Molly's point of view, there are occasional passages from other point of views, including that of Petula the Pug. Byng uses the technique as a way to inform the audience of situations and feelings that Molly herself is not aware of. I love this element and I feel that it enhances the book, without detracting from Molly's story.
The chapters are relatively short, especially towards the end, which helps with the flow of the book.
The story is also quite fast-paced, with no boring bits which is also a plus. Overall it is an absolutely charming story which teaches audiences that the grass is not always greener on the other side. Absolutely superb! November 30, Availability can change throughout the month based on the library's budget. You can still place a hold on the title, and your hold will be automatically filled as soon as the title is available again.
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He orders her to use her talents to steal some rare jewels from a bank for him.
Having no choice, Molly agrees. All goes as planned with the robbery until she finds Rocky, who much to her surprise has also learned hypnosis.
He had previously stolen and learned from the missing chapters of Molly's hypnotism book, "Long Distance Hypnosis" and "Voice-Only Hypnosis". He also reveals that he had intended to take Molly with him when he was adopted, but had not been able to hypnotize his parents.
Since then, he left them as they were not much fun. Working together, the two successfully pull off the robbery, but later form a plan to return the jewels. Rocky uses his power of voice-only hypnotism to hypnotize Nockman into giving up his life of crime. He then helps Molly return the stolen jewels by placing them in hollow garden gnomes and placing them around the city.
However, Molly keeps one diamond, which Petula found in her jacket. Molly gives her part in "Stars on Mars" back to Davina, and returns home with Rocky. Out of sympathy for the broken man, she takes Nockman with her.
Before leaving, they work together to record a commercial, using their hypnotic powers to convince people to be kind to their kids. However, when they return, they find Ms. Adderstone and Edna have disappeared, believing that the children there will be happier without any grownups around to tell them what to do, leaving the orphanage in chaos.
The older children, once close, have fought amongst themselves, and the younger children have hidden themselves away upstairs, too scared of the older children and the rats they think are living in the orphanage to venture down into the kitchen. With Nockman's help, Molly and Rocky get the orphanage back into a livable condition, and get the sweet-natured Ms.