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eBook Keyholders #1: This Side of Magic (Keyholders Series) ePub

by Debbie Dadey

  • ISBN: 0765359820
  • Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Debbie Dadey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Starscape; 1 edition (April 28, 2009)
  • ePub book: 1615 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1935 kb
  • Other: docx doc lit mbr
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 562

Description

And marcia thornton jones. Keyholders This Side of Magic.

And marcia thornton jones. Keyholders The Other Side of Magic. Keyholders Inside the Magic. Keyholders The Wrong Side of Magic. Keyholders The. Wrong side. Debbie Dadey and Marcia Thornton Jones. Illustrated by Adam Stower. A tom doherty associates book, new york. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

This Side Of Magic book. Now that Bruno is reading fluently enough to handle simple chapter books himself, he is eating up this Keyholder series. Aug 12, 2010 Kristy rated it liked it.

Their books include the Keyholders series, beginning with This Side of Magic. Marcia lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her husband, Stephen, and their two cats. Debbie lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband, three dogs, and three children. Библиографические данные. Keyholders This Side of Magic Keyholders Series (Том 1). Авторы. Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones.

Keyholders - Debbie Dadey.

Penny and Luke aren't sure they want to be apprentice Keyholders. Keyholders - Debbie Dadey.

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DEBBIE DADEY taught first grade before becoming a librarian.

Ships from and sold by BooksForBlessings. DEBBIE DADEY taught first grade before becoming a librarian. It was while teaching that she first realized how much she wanted to write a book for reluctant readers. Her first book, co-authored with fellow teacher Marcia Thornton Jones, was the result of a very bad day. Since then, Debbie and Marcia have collaborated on more than 125 books with sales of over forty million copies.

This Side of Magic is 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 best selling 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.

Comments

Lesesshe Lesesshe
I've been struggling with a great series of books for my seven year old, this one solves the issue for now, until we get through all four of the series. Not sure what to do after that :) Great writing, good tales with plenty of suspense, thought provoking intrigue, great character development and dialogue, great for me to read to him but also for him to read and understand back to me. And some very funny stuff, we've had a lot of laughs at bedtime. Thank you Debbie Dadey, I look forward to reading through this entire series with both kids and looking at some of her other stuff. Highly recommended.
SkroN SkroN
This side of Magic is a wonderful book for children. I guarantee you that if you buy this book for your kids, it will be a fun reading assignment. This is a very lively book and if you have kids who like 'lively' then this is the book for you. There are more books that follow this one to enjoy.
Hallolan Hallolan
My listener liked this story and the characters ......enough that we bought the following three books in the series. Book one lays the groundwork well.
Nten Nten
I am a paraprofessional at an elementary school. I have read this book with some of my reading groups and there isn't a child that hasn't loved this book. They always ask if they can keep reading when our time is up. I love that this book has gotten non-readers interested in reading!!
Daiktilar Daiktilar
Great read for kids of all ages--well-written and pure fun!
I recommend this for kids in Grades 2-5.
Great for a kids' book club read.
Benn Benn
Hi this is my butt in a game is how good this book is make the words less on the review
Cala Cala
The hedge abetted by magic protects the residents of Morgantown from supernatural creatures like the evil Boggarts whose queen plans to invade the town and then the world. Meanwhile best friends Penny and Luke visit their neighbor Mr. Leery, who asks them to watch his cat Mr. Mo as he attends a funeral of an associate; they agree.

The kids meet a strange fifth grader who wants to see Mr. Leery. When Mr. Mo goes berserk the weird kid flees. Mr. Leery returns and explains to the two kids that they are apprentice keyholders, a job that Penny accepts while Luke wants to decline. Mr. Leery explains he is the last of three keyholders who insure the hedge magic remains strong to keep the Boggarts out; they and someone else will replace him and his two late associates after two centuries on the job. As Penny connects with Kirin the sarcastic unicorn and Luke with Dracula the baby dragon, they learn the third keyholder is the snob Natalie who connects aptly so with Buttercup the rat, and the weird kid is a Boggart spy. Though not ready the three fifth grade keyholders must prevent the Boggart hordes from invading Morgantown.

The first Keyholders' urban fantasy is a fun often amusing thriller. The tale starts off a bit slow as the players are introduced, but the pace picks up once Mr. Leery leaves town. Penny and Luke are likable kids while affluent snob Natalie is not. The apprentice trio has some humorous moments as they battle the Boggart spy and attempt to prevent the invasion to the delight of elementary school age readers.

Harriet Klausner
The book I am reviewing is This Side of Magic. This book is fiction. There was two kids named Luke and Penny and they find out they are key holders to protect the world. What will happen next?? You will have to read the book to find out! My favorite part was when Luke and Penny found out they are key holders. I think people who like magic will like this book. I loved this book because it was exciting and I like magic too. There are also books like: The Wrong Side of Magic, Inside the Magic, and The Other Side of Magic. I will do reviews on those books but now I am doing this review. I give this book 5/5 stars.