Keyholders #1: This Side of Magic

Keyholders #1: This Side of Magic

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by Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones
     
 

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The first in a series of light fantasy chapter books set in Morgantown, a town on the border between the real world and the magical world, by the authors of the Publishers Weekly bestselling BAILEY SCHOOL KIDS--a series of 50 books with more than 30 million copies sold!

"You are my chosen apprentices," said Mr. Leery.

Penny and Luke aren't sure

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The first in a series of light fantasy chapter books set in Morgantown, a town on the border between the real world and the magical world, by the authors of the Publishers Weekly bestselling BAILEY SCHOOL KIDS--a series of 50 books with more than 30 million copies sold!

"You are my chosen apprentices," said Mr. Leery.

Penny and Luke aren't sure they want to be apprentice Keyholders. A Keyholder's job, explains their neighbor, Mr. Leery, is to guard the border between the real world and the magical world.

But when they meet their "links"--magical helpers from the other side of the border--they change their minds. Penny's link is Kirin, a sarcastic unicorn. Luke forms a link with a clumsy baby dragon named Dracula.

And just in time! For the evil Queen of the Boggarts is determined to invade their world--and only the Keyholders and their links can stop her.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781466806344
Publisher:
Tom Doherty Associates
Publication date:
04/28/2009
Series:
Keyholders Series , #1
Sold by:
Macmillan
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
970,085
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
7 - 10 Years

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Keyholders #1: This Side of Magic

The two tiny windows next to Mr. Leery’s front door glowed with light when Penny and Luke banged on the door.

“We know your cat can talk,” Luke blurted as soon as Mr. Leery opened the door. “Are you some kind of magician?”

Mr. Leery raised his eyebrows at the cat. “You agreed to keep your mouth shut until I returned.”

“I guess I let the cat is out of the bag,” Mo admitted.

For a moment, the cat’s face seemed to dissolve into a look of shame, but then Mo’s whiskers twitched and his tail swished back and forth in an angry frenzy. He peered between Luke’s knees out into the shadows of the yard.

“Quick. Close the door. NOW!” Mo yowled.

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