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The Secret of the Indian (1989)

by Lynne Reid Banks

Series: Indian in the Cupboard (Book 3)

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In this third book about Omri and his magic cupboard, Omri and his friend Patrick must risk grownups' discovering their secret when they find themselves in need of a friend's toy plastic doctors to save wounded people from the dangerous world of the Old West which the cupboard enables them to enter.
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Too much plot, too little Little Bear yet the characters and soul of the Indian and the Cupboard series are irresistible. I know there only four. I would gladly read twenty. ( )
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… As with all the books in this series, Omri is presented as the powerful controller who determines the fate of the Indian characters, who must look to Omri for all their needs. Stereotypical language is pervasive in the book, such as when Little Bull says, "Omri wake! Day come! Much need do!."
 
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When Omri's parents drove home from their party, his mother got out in front of the house while his father drove round to the side to put the car away.
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In this third book about Omri and his magic cupboard, Omri and his friend Patrick must risk grownups' discovering their secret when they find themselves in need of a friend's toy plastic doctors to save wounded people from the dangerous world of the Old West which the cupboard enables them to enter.

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