Ian Conner wants to win the math contest. But he knows Thomas Martin might win. He has won before. And Ian learned years ago he could perform magic using his math skills, but he needs to hide his ability to perform magic from the world.
So, Ian studies accelerated math, using his magic to be sure his problems are right, so he can win the contest. So when the math contest arrives Ian wants to win badly, but he has discovered Thomas' mother is sick and Ian feels badly for him. He realizes Thomas is a real person, not just a math genius. And there is always next year.
When Ian breaks a neighbor's window with a fly ball and has to take responsibility for it, he realizes magic can't and shouldn't fix all his problems.
|Publisher:||Doodle and Peck Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.27(d)|
|Age Range:||7 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Chambers is an avid reader often volunteering her time at the local library. She has two children, five grandchildren and lives with her husband and dog. She is a member of the Enid Writers' Club, and Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc. Literature has always been her first love, and she can lose herself in a story.
She writes a weekly blog at http://peggylchambers.com .