Magic in the Park: A Matter-of-Fact Magic Book

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A girl named Jennifer and a boy named Mike met at a park where there was a tree that moved around and would disappear! Jennifer and Mike were the only ones who noticed the tree moving. There was an island in the lake, and they walked across a tree branch to get to the island. This took them underground, but Jennifer didn’t realize it until it was too late. Luckily, they came back to the tree and managed to get out. The next day, they climbed into the tree. That turned them into pigeons! Jennifer lost Mike, who was now one hungry bird; Jennifer found him eating peanuts at the zoo. They met a raven who told them how to turn back into humans. They followed the directions of the raven, and it worked. They were human again! Later, the raven asked Mike to make a trapeze for him in the magic tree. While working on the trapeze, Mike accidentally fell into the tree and became a bird again! If you want to know what happens to Mike, read the book!

I would recommend this book to kids who like crazy things. I liked this book because there was a lot of weird stuff in it.

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Author Ruth Chew
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 138 pages
Publisher Random House Children's
Publish Date 1/28/2014
ISBN 9780449813751
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Issue May 2014
Category Early Reader


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