We trust you can keep a secret.
Playing Possumillus. Paul Galdone Mouse Manor is told from the viewpoint of Miss Myrtilla the mouse, sole occupant of the manor which she has inherited from her mother.
She keeps house faithfully, dusting the family portraits and The magic castle a bag pudding for her solitary Christmas dinner. Magic by the Lake is its direct sequel, in that it features the same children in further adventures at about the same age.
The second book, Knight's Magic, is set one generation later, and The Time Garden is its direct sequel. Seven-Day Magic features a fourth set of children.
The catch is that it grants half of any wish made by its bearer—a wish to be on a desert island sends them to the Sahara desertand their mother ends up halfway home when she wishes to return home during a dull visit to her relatives.
That "half magic" is a challenge, sometimes comical, until the children learn to double their wishes. Half Magic was a number one seller in America. Anthony Bouchercomparing the novel to Nesbitdescribed it as "gay and charming, yet rigidly governed fantasy in the Unknown manner.
Their summer vacation is enlivened by an entire magic lake, channelled through a talking, and somewhat grumpy, box turtle. They are stranded on a desert island, visit Ali-Baba's cave, and end up rescued by some children we will see in the next book.
Half Magic and Magic by the Lake are set in the s, much earlier than the other Tales. Knight's Castle Martha's children, Roger and Ann, and their cousins, Aunt Katharine's children Eliza and Jack, find that the combination of a toy castle, Scott's Ivanhoe, and a little magic can build another wonderful series of adventures.
The Tales of Magic contain many references to the children's novels of E. It also refers explicitly to the cartoons of Charles Addams.
Half Magic includes a reference to a short story by Saki. They are assisted by the Natterjack. On one adventure they rescue their Aunt Jane, Uncle Mark and their mothers from an adventure they took as children. This gives an alternate view of one of the adventures in Magic by the Lake.
Laura, James, and their wonderful new neighbors, Kip and Lydia, wish up some summer adventures when the well in their new yard is more than they imagined. Where the first four Tales of Magic and the last one feature unambiguously magical events, Magic or Not? All the apparently magical events in these two novels are described ambiguously, with clues also to possible non-supernatural explanations.
The Well-Wishers The children return to the ambiguously magical wishing well from Magic or Not for another series of unpredictable adventures that may or may not be magical. Oddly, it carefully and correctly records every word they say. Soon they find that it not only records events, but creates new magical adventures.
Among the Magic novels only Seven-Day Magic features children who do not appear in at least one other book. It does refer to Half Magic by name, and has a chapter where the children visit the very end of Half Magic and what might have happened afterwards.The Magic Castle is the place for Dayton’s BEST Birthday Parties – BEST Party Hosts – BEST Pizza – BEST Activities; Over 70 action-filled Arcade Games for all ages; hole “Magical” Miniature Golf Course Action Packed Batting Cages for all skill levels (great for teams); Dayton’s largest Redemption Center filled with fabulous prizes.
The Magic Castle is a performance venue, restaurant and private club. A typical evening features several magic and sometimes variety arts performances, as well as a full service dining room and several bars in a country club atmosphere.
Castle Park creates BIG family fun, featuring 35 unique attractions, four hole Miniature Golf courses, and over state-of-the-art video games. Your spectator selects a card, signs it and loses it in the deck. You spread the cards out on the floor and introduce your card finding dart.
Mistakenly, you pierce your own shoe with the dart but when you lift your shoe, their signed card appears underneath along with a hole.
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