By Edward Eager
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But a boy called Clarence Oleson moved over and patted the place by him, and Barnaby took it. Susan's heart misgave her. She did not trust Clarence Oleson's expression. "We will resume the recitation," said Grannie. As John went on with his problem, Abbie whispered, "Where are we? " "It's the magic," Susan whispered back. "Grannie found the book and wished. " "Silence," said Grannie, in no uncertain tone. Σελίδα 51 Eager, Edward - Seven Day Magic After that, silence reigned until recess. During recess, John and Susan and Barnaby and Abbie and Fredericka met in conference, and John and Susan told the others everything that had happened.
Carl Ingoldsby had been the name of Grannie's husband, the grandfather Susan and John had never seen, who had died and been buried out on the Western plains long ago. And yet here he was, young and come a-courting, or at least a-rescuing! " shouted Carl Ingoldsby, just as snappily as Grannie had shouted at him. And somehow Grannie and all the children crowded into the sleigh. Carl Ingoldsby turned the horses, and they went trotting off into the whirling blackness. Apparently Carl Ingoldsby knew the way, even in a blinding snowstorm.
And he proceeded to tell it to her. If you have read the book called Half Magic, you will know the story Barnaby told. If not, suffice it to say that the charm was an old, ancient talisman that was found lying on the sidewalk by four children in the year 1924 in a town called Toledo, Ohio. And it thwarted them and had its way with them until they learned its ways and tamed it and had their way with it, traveling through time and space to the court of King Arthur and other interesting places. And in the end six lives were changed.