Book Reviews, Children's Book Reviews

Magical Rescue Vets by Melody Lockhart

(Ad) Hello and welcome back to my blog. Today I have a review for Magical Rescue Vets: Blaze the Phoenix by Melody Lockhart. This is the 3rd book in the series and while we have not read the other two it worked perfectly as a standalone.


In this adventure, Rosie wishes that she could grow up so that adults would take her more seriously! But when she and Kat venture into the forest to find a poorly, time-turning Phoenix, she learns to be careful what you wish for. Time is being reversed and the enchanted creatures of Starfall Forest are becoming younger. Rosie and Kate find themselves responsible for a hospital full of baby animals in need … and a whole crowd of cheeky, lovable baby vets!

The Magical Rescue Vets series is perfect for young animal lovers who will adore the magical creatures in each story. With funny and relatable characters, this series teaches readers valuable lessons about friendship, bravery and growing up. Combining enchanting fantasy and high-energy adventure, it will appeal to fans of Zoe’s Rescue Zoo and Unicorn Academy. Morgan Huff’s heart-warming illustrations bring the adorable magical creatures to life. Suitable for readers aged 7-10.


My Review: I really enjoyed this book. It was simple magic and relatable for children. The book was paced perfectly and used the right language for the age range. Definitely one I would recommend.

Alexis’s Review: I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved all the magical creatures and the pictures were very cute. I would read more in this series.

About the Author and Illustrator

Melody Lockhart is an English children’s author who loves fantasy and all things magical. Her other books for the Magical Rescue Vets series include Oona the Unicorn and Jade the Gem Dragon.

Morgan Huff has been creating art ever since she could hold a pencil. Since receiving a Bachelors of Fine Arts with a focus in illustration, she has gone on to work with such clients as Dreamworks and Harper Collins. She finds inspiration in nature, animals, and the joy of simple yet beautiful moments.

Thanks for reading.

Emma-Louise and Alexis x

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