Hello!

Welcome to my website.

I’m Emma Fischel and I write books for children.

Walls

Walking through walls is the easy bit . . .
it’s the rest of my life that’s hard.

Witchworld

Step into the world of modern-day witches! And join Flo Skritchett – the smallest, most sensible, most BRAVE Skritchett of them all – on her exciting adventures in Witchworld…
Meet Ned…
…the first and ONLY wallboggling boy in the world – right here, in Walls!

What would YOU do if you could walk through walls?

FIVE REASONS TO READ WALLS
It has a legend of a POLTERGEIST
It has a secret TUNNEL
You’ll find out about TRAP-SETTING
You’ll meet a WALLBOGGLING CHICKEN
You’ll learn about a surprising PHOBIA

Meet the witches of TODAY in Witchworld!

Witchworld

Witchmyth

Witchwild

Wands and broomsticks?

Not THESE witches! They have touch-screen spellsticks and whizz about on super-speedy skyriders. And there’s no need for cauldrons – because these witches have cupboards full of ready-potions!

 

Which of these creatures could POSSIBLY be from Witchworld?

Take a guess!  (Click on the ‘+’ to see)

Armadillo

Ooh… Cold… Try again… Armadillos
are from planet Earth. They have a leathery armour-like shell, but no magic skills whatsoever.
Cheetah

Warm… Try again!… Cheetahs are from planet Earth. No magic skills – but they are the speediest creatures on that planet.

Lakktarnian Skrangott
Yes! You are correct!… Lakktarnian Skrangotts are three-armed tree-dwellers, native to the Narrowlands. Also teleporters, so the speediest creatures in Witchworld. Endangered.

There are MONSTER Books too!

The Gorgle

The Monster of Shiversands Cove

Shivers galore….

Meet a ten-foot-tall moth monster and a beast from the deep!

Can a girl’s first true love be a DRESS?
Oh yes, indeed it can…

‘I think I can sum up my fiction books as being about three main things – humour, magic and deadly peril. But if children also learn a few things along the way that help them in real life – about the right and wrong ways to behave, that it’s OK to mess things up sometimes because we all do, or that even sad and scary things can eventually get sorted, then – job done!’