Woodenface by Gus Grenfell
Usborne ISBN 9780746081174
Meg has somehow always known about the ancient power of trees and wood. She loves carving, and her little wooden figures take on a life of their own. There's Dilly-Lal, always ready to dance; the Seeing-Eye, which lets Meg see places even though she's not there; and then there's Bolly-Bolly, carved from a special tree and full of magic - if he feels like cooperating.
Meg has never thought twice about her abilities, but the villagers are suspicious. When a local girl falls ill, hallucinating and crying out, her family think it's the work of a witch, and they blame Meg. She is forced to flee for her life, but can she use her powers to confront the demons that stalk her?