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Magic or Not?

Magic or Not?

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by Edward Eager, N. M. Bodecker
     
 

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When is magic not magic?
     Laura is a girl who goes out of her way to find adventure. So when her family moves to a house with a well in the yard—a wishing well, according to Lydia, Laura's opinionated, horse-mad, outrageous new neighbor—Laura is all too willing to make a wish and see what happens.
 

Overview

When is magic not magic?
     Laura is a girl who goes out of her way to find adventure. So when her family moves to a house with a well in the yard—a wishing well, according to Lydia, Laura's opinionated, horse-mad, outrageous new neighbor—Laura is all too willing to make a wish and see what happens.
     Plenty happens.
     Thanks to the well, Laura and her new friends help save Miss Isabella's house from foreclosure, rescue the almost long-lost heir to a fortune, and even solve the mystery of the antique desk.
     But is the well truly granting wishes? Or is something else responsible for the adventures that engulf Laura and her friends that summer?

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“Lots of fun.” 
The New York Times Book Review

"This latest book by the inventive and highly literate Mr. Eager is by all odds his best. The characters . . . are so alive they seem to step right out of the pages." 
—Chicago Tribune

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780547892436
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Publication date:
08/16/1999
Series:
Tales of Magic , #5
Sold by:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
Sales rank:
814,411
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
7 - 10 Years

Meet the Author

EDWARD EAGER (1911–1964) worked primarily as a playwright and lyricist. It wasn't until 1951, while searching for books to read to his young son, Fritz, that he began writing children's stories. His classic Tales of Magic series started with the best-selling Half Magic, published in 1954. In each of his books he carefully acknowledges his indebtedness to E. Nesbit, whom he considered the best children's writer of all time—"so that any child who likes my books and doesn't know hers may be led back to the master of us all."
 

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