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Half Magic Epub Half Magic Author Edward Eager Easyfaroairporttransfers.co.uk Four Children Wish On A Half Magic Coin That Gets Their Mother Alison Half Way Home, Rescued By Mr Smith Mark S Wish Zaps Them To A Desert Without Island, Where Half Talking Cat Carrie Gabbles To A Camel Romantic Katherine Battles Launcelot Eldest Jane Rejects Siblings For Another Family Stubborn Youngest, Martha, Causes A Riot Downtown.

  • Hardcover
  • 217 pages
  • Half Magic
  • Edward Eager
  • English
  • 21 January 2017
  • 015233078X

About the Author: Edward Eager

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10 thoughts on “Half Magic

  1. says:

    Would you believe I grew up in Toledo, Ohio and never noticed while reading and re reading this that it was set in my hometown It s true I don t know if I just figured ALL books were set there, and that s why the street names were so familiar or if I was just extraordinarily clueless I figured it out finally when I was reading this to my son It seems worth talking about in view of how worried people sometimes get about kids getting the wrong message from books sometimes kids don t even noti Would you believe I grew up in Toledo, Ohio and nev...

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    It seems a shame, said Jane, that no one s going to know about our adventures They would make such a good book If only we could write them down But how would we do that asked Mark We re just kids Oh Wait You don t mean I certainly do said Jane We just have to wish for it, and the Charm will take care of the rest But we need to wish very carefully Now, what kind of book do we want it to be I want it to be like one of E Nesbit s books said Katherine Though if the It seems a shame, said Jane, that no one s going to know about our adventures They would make such a good book If only we could write them down But how would we do that asked Mark We re just kids Oh Wait You don t mean I certainly do said Jane We just have to wish for it, and the Charm will take care of the rest But we need to wish very carefully Now, what kind of book do we want it to be I ...

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    Mostly, I love this book I liked it as a kid except for that caveat I ll get to in a minute I like it now, as a grown up The story is interesting and engaging The trouble the kids get themselves into is believable well, for a fantasy novel , and I like their solutions The problem of having to double all your wishes is interesting to me The only thing isThe only thing is that a whole chapter is taken up with a trip to a desert, where the children run across an evil, wicked, terrib Mostly, I lo...

  4. says:

    Edward Eager s Half Magic was 1 of my favorite comfort books as a kid and I can still quote from it.

  5. says:

    Summertime belongs to childhood The grown up version, with BBQs and yard work, can t compare to the long, long days spent exploring and digging in the dirt.Now, I m a winter girl, through and through, but when the lightning bugs start to rise up out of the grass, I start to ache for the summers from when I was little Unfortunately, all the kids who used to comeoutandplay have moved on, and I ve been trying to eat less dirt, so I was at a loss for a way to revisit my summers.Then I remembered E Summertime belongs to childhood The grown up version, with BBQs and yard work, can t compare to the long, long days spent exploring and digging in the dirt.Now, I m a winter girl, through and through, but when the lightning bugs start to rise up out of the grass, I start to ache for the summers from when I was little Unfortunately, all the kids who used to comeoutandplay have moved on, and I ve been trying to eat less dirt, so I was at a loss for a way to revisit my summers.Then I remembered Edward Eager Eager was a Harvard grad and a sophisticated, grown up playwright He never thought about writing children s books until he had his own son They quickly read through Eager s favorites, E Nesbit s fairy stories and the Oz books, but the...

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    Four children Jane, Katherine, Mark, and Martha come upon a magic charm Only it makes just half of what you wish true The children realise this soon enough and word their wishes so that they can get all of what they want, and start off on a set of exciting adventures which take them to different places and times But while their wishes do come true, they find that the outcome may not be quite what they were looking for, and they are not always in the right frame of mind to make a carefully wor Four children Jane, Katherine, Mark, and Martha come upon a magic charm Only it makes just half of what you wish true The children realise this soon enough and word their wishes so that they can get all of what they want, and start off on a set of exciting adventures which take them to different places and times But while their wishes do come true, they find that the outcome may not be quite what they were looking for, and they are not always in the right frame of mind to make a carefully worded wish each time Needless to say, they have a fair share of scrapes and realise they must be careful what they wish for On the other hand, the charm itself turns out to bemagical than they realise working for them certain magic they hadn t wished for or even thought of which bring them much happiness in the long run This was not a...

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    I read the first 2 chapters a day or two ago and was intrigued Today I picked it up again and read the third chapter It had me laughing out loud So, I finished it today.This is, apparently, a children s book Back in the day, children were considerablywell read They would have had to be, otherwise they would miss the multitude of references to other works of literature For example there is the part that goes something like this not quoting verbatim, but it goes something generally li I read the first 2 chapters a day or two ago and was intrigued Today I picked it up again and read the third chapter It had me laughing out loud So, I finished it today.This is, apparently, a children s book Back in the day, children were considerablywell read They would have had to be, otherwise they would miss the multitude of references to other works of literature For example there is the part that goes something like this not quoting verbatim, but it goes something generally like this This, said Katharine, is exactly what I would call a tulgey wood Don t ...

  8. says:

    Originally posted here as part of the 30 Day Book Challenge.This one is easy The Book That Made Me Fall In Love With Reading I don t even know what to say about this book If you haven t read it, you should If you have younger children, read it to them Half Magic was written in the 50s about a family living in the 20s, so of course it s dated, but it s still as full of charm as ever As an adult I catch little literary references that I missed when I was young, and that adds to my love of th Originally posted here as part of the 30 Day Book Challenge.This one is easy The Book That Made Me Fall In Love With Reading I don t even know what to say about this book If you haven t read it, you should If you have younger children, read it to them Half Magic was written in the 50s about a family living in the 20s, so of course it s dated, but it s still as full...

  9. says:

    oh, one of my all time favorites i LOVE when they wish the cat could talk and since it is half magic, the cat s every other word is meow i bought this and the rest of the series for my niece for christmas a couple of years ago, and i can t wait until my daughters are old enough to read it.

  10. says:

    The novel is about four siblings finding a magic coin which can grant their wishes,but only half of it However,having a magic in life isn t that easy and the wishes must be carefully uttered,otherwise the summer adventures will turn intothan just adventures Gradually the siblings have to learn to control the magic in their lives while the magic will transform them too.The book has this The Little Peppers and The Little Women vibe in the narrative Not a fan of such writing style but The novel is about four siblings finding a magic coin which can grant their wishes,but only half of it However,having a magic in life isn t that...

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