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Annie Barrows - Magic in the Mix
Politics and Prose, Thursday, October 9 at 10:30am
The twins-who-aren’t-twins from The Magic Half are back again. Miri Gill used to be the only non-twin in her family, surrounded by older twin brothers and younger twin sisters, until a special magic enabled her to rescue Molly from a bad situation in 1935, and bring her back to the future to live as her twin. Now, Molly and Miri travel through time together, back to the Civil War, to help some young soldiers out of a bad situation. Ages 8 – 12 (Bloomsbury)

Street: 5015 Connecticut Ave NW City: Washington, Province: District Of Columbia Postal Code: 20008 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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E.D. Baker - The Fairy-Tale Matchmaker, Annie Barrows - Magic in the Mix, and Jessica Day George - Thursday with the Crown — at Takoma Park Library (MD)
Politics and Prose, Thursday, October 9 at 7:30pm
Magic is in the air with these three novels from accomplished writers of elementary fiction. E.D. Baker, the author of the ever-popular The Frog Princess, has written a quirky tale about a fairy who doesn’t want to collect teeth anymore, but has a magical knack for matchmaking. Annie Barrows has produced a thrilling sequel to her The Magic Half, in which Miri and her (not exactly) twin Molly time travel via their magic house. And Jessica Day George follows Tuesdays in the Castle and Wednesdays in the Tower with a third in the series about the mischievous room-swapping castle that keeps its inhabitants on their toes. Ages 8 – 12 add to cart add to cart add to cart

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Annie Barrows: Magic in the Mix
Left Bank Books, Saturday, September 20 at 6pm
St. Louis County Library - Daniel Boone Branch

From best-selling Ivy and Bean author Annie Barrows comes the much-anticipated sequel to The Magic Half. Life seems to be back to normal for "newly twinned" sisters Miri and Molly until their magical house sends them on a new time-traveling adventure to the Civil War, where they must risk everything to save two unusual soldiers and come to terms with the emotional truth about Molly's past.

Location: Street: St. Louis County Library - Daniel Boone Branch Additional: 300 Clarkson Rd, City: Ellisville, Province: Missouri Postal Code: 63011 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Ann Fiery's previous work includes the boxed collection Palmistry. She lives in Northern California, studying arcane divinatory texts and ecclesiastical history.
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