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Marvin Redpost: A Magic Crystal?

by Louis Sachar

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This story is talking about 9 year old boy, Marvin, who has two best friends: Stuart and Nick.
I like Chapter One: " Fight!" best.
School was over, but Marvin did not leave.He had a question for when the book report was due. He stood at his 3rd grade teacher's desk. His teacher's name was Mrs.North. He stood and stood for many minutes, until Mrs.North noticed him.,and Marvin asked his question. Mrs.North said" I told you Tuesday."
Marvin nodded.He did not know what she meant. Was it due Tuesday?or did she Tell him Tuesday?

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When Marvin Redpost agrees to go over to Casey Happleton's house, he doesn't know what he's in for. Casey shows him the magic crystal she has just found and offers to give Marvin a few wishes. Is the crystal really magic? Or is it too good to be true?

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When Marvin Redpost's new friend Casey shares with him her magic crystal that can make wishes come true, things get out of control.

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