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By Edward Eager

All books are magic, yet a few are extra magical than others.
     while Susan opens an odd library ebook, she discovers it truly is approximately her and her pals, top up-to-the-minute while she opened the publication. past that, the pages are clean . . . looking ahead to the youngsters to need the booklet packed with adventures.
     Fredericka asks for wizards and beasties, and a dragon contains her off. Susan trips to the realm of Half Magic, and unearths that blending magic creates trouble—far an excessive amount of to accommodate earlier than the ebook is due again on the library.
     Wishing, it sort of feels, is a tough enterprise. And if the kids make the incorrect want, their experience will not finish, as all tales needs to, fortunately ever after.

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None of the guests later on had any clear remembrance of it. They only knew that the rooms had been filled with a heavenly light, as if a number of small halos had blended into one glorious radiance. Taciturn old people received the gift of tongues; ears that for years had been almost deaf were opened to it. Time itself had merged into eternity. Long after midnight the windows of the house shone like gold, and golden song flowed out into the winter air. The two old women who had once slandered each other now in their hearts went back a long way, past the evil period in which they had been stuck, to those days of their early girlhood when together they had been preparing for confirmation and hand in hand had filled the roads round Berlevaag with singing.

He himself, as often before, sang Don Giovanni’s part. He had never in his life sung as now. In the duet of the second act – which is called the seduction duet – he was swept off his feet by the heavenly music and the heavenly voices. As the last melting note died away he seized Philippa’s hands, drew her toward him and kissed her solemnly, as a bridegroom might kiss his bride before the altar. Then he let her go. For the moment was too sublime for any further word or movement; Mozart himself was looking down on the two.

The youth grinned at her as he lifted a big, undefinable object from the barrow. In the light of the lamp it looked like some greenish-black stone, but when set down on the kitchen floor it suddenly shot out a snake-like head and moved it slightly from side to side. Martine had seen pictures of tortoises, and had even as a child owned a pet tortoise, but this thing was monstrous in size and terrible to behold. She backed out of the kitchen without a word. She dared not tell her sister what she had seen.

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