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Second-hand Magic by Ruth Chew
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Second-hand Magic (edition 1986)

by Ruth Chew (Author)

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Title:Second-hand Magic
Authors:Ruth Chew (Author)
Info:Scholastic (1986), 128 pages
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A great story of children and magic and being honest and polite. It's one of my favorites. ( )
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"From the first time they saw it, Caroline and Paul thought  the kite they found in a park looked different.  It was shaped like a bird, and while they were taking it home for repairs it seemed to make an effort to fly.  after they fixed it with Magic Glue that they picked up at their local store, they realized this was no ordinary secondhand kite. It moved around the room, and responded to their wishes by taking them for a ride over the neighborhood.  And so the children begin a series of gentle adventures."
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Two children acquire a magic kite and, with some second-hand items from a nearby store, enjoy a series of adventures.

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