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The evil spell

by Emily Arnold McCully

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The bear Edwin is afraid of the family evil spell. He is an actor and on opening night he freezes. He runs into the forest afraid. His family gives him support and he returns to the stage and is very successful. I think this is a great book about your fears.
  Ashla | Apr 8, 2010 |
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A six-year-old and his mother have an airplane ride, go fishing, eat spaghetti, play pick-up sticks, go shopping, and bike ride.

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Edwin, an acting bear, gets his first important role in the family theatre production but is struck with stage fright on opening night.

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