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The Magic Half Hardcover – December 26, 2007
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I Am: 40 Reasons to Trust God
Through Bible stories, short devotions, and prayers, children discover the meaning of each name and how it relates to their lives. Hardcover
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1. I was born in a year with a 2 in it. Also a 6.
2. I was born in a city in California that begins with an S and has eight letters total.
3. The first time I moved, I couldn't move.
4. My best friend lived next door, had four older brothers and sisters, and a name that rhymes with Gabe. She had thirty-seven plastic horses and one real horse.
5. My first job was in a place with lots of books. My second job was in a place with lots of sugar. My third job was in a different place with lots of books.
6. I went to college in a town with a K in it and I studied a subject that ends in Y.
7. After I was done with college, I got a job. And then another one. And then there was one after that. Don't worry about it.
8. One of the following things is not true: I have been up in a hot air balloon. I have six toes on one of my feet. I can read palms.
9. I have written fifteen books under three different names. See if you can figure out what they are.
10. I have two pets. They are bigger than a bar of soap and smaller than a shoe, and they really like parsley.
Top Customer Reviews
She said it was exciting, and full of suspense and danger...she was also caught laughing out loud several times.
Miri's room is in what used to be the attic; the steps leading up to it are small and narrow, and the windows are weird-looking. But worst of all, the wallpaper is ugly. Her mother has promised to replace the wallpaper, with its dark purple stripes and vines with orange leaves, with something prettier. In her attic bedroom with the dreadful wallpaper, Miri finds herself even more apart from the rest of her family.
To amuse herself, Miri spends time in front of the pink-tinted bathroom mirror pretending to be a "Wolf Princess" and arguing with her twin brothers. One day she gets into a fight with Robbie and Ray. When Robbie trips her, she breaks her glasses. To retaliate, she hits Ray over the head with a shovel and is sent to her room, where she finds a piece of glass taped to the wall.
The glass appears to be a lens from an old pair of glasses. When she lifts the lens to peer through it, her journey through time begins. Miri is standing in her bedroom, but it has changed. The wallpaper is different, and she is staring into the face of a girl who looks vaguely familiar. The girl tells Miri that her name is Molly Gardner and the year is 1935. Miri remembers from history class that America was in the midst of the Great Depression in 1935. After seeing how bleak life was back then, Miri wants to help Molly.Read more ›
It tells alot about Molly and Miri's life. I like the way the book tells lots of specific details about Molly and Miri's adventures.
Before i picked up this book i thought it was going to be a very boring book from the front cover but it's really a great book.
I think the part were miri looks through the eyeglass and goes to the centry of 1935 with Molly was very cool. I think that this book is an excellent book and lots of people should read it.
I like time travel and alternate reality stories. The author addressed the time cunundrum issues very well. As a reader, I believed all the possibilities.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book... read it at the same time as my step son! We both enjoyed it.Published 4 months ago by christine loscalzo
My 10 year old daughter loved this book and is hoping that Mrs. Barrows will write some more of this series.Published 7 months ago by Aaron Wilson
I already knew Annie Narrows was a great writer , because I read the Ivy and Bean books when I was little. But this just goes to prove it farther.Published 9 months ago by Marie Bechtel
A few days ago, after celebrating my deceased mother's birthday, I had a flash of memory of her reading this book to me when I was younger. I loved it then, and I love it now! Read morePublished 9 months ago by MICHAEL MCDONALD
I was having a hard time getting my daughter to read anything other than Ivy and Bean, she just keeps rereading them over and over and didn't want to try anything else she loved... Read morePublished 11 months ago by momof3aml
This book is perfect for the tween age. I read it out loud to my child, and it had us laughing and thoroughly enjoying it.Published 11 months ago by SweetiePie
I have a 7 year old in first grade that is a very good reader and she has read a lot of books, but this was not something she was so into reading, my guess is it was just not her... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Merlymllw