What We Found in the Corn Maze and How It Saved a Dragon (Paperback)Henry Clark (author)
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When three kids discover there are seven separate minutes a day they can make magic happen, they'll need all the time they can get to save the world.
An ordinary day turns extraordinary when Cal witnesses the neighbor girl summon a slew of lost spare change without lifting a finger. Turns out she has a secret manual of magic spells...but they only work sometimes. And they're the most boring spells ever:
To Change the Color of a Room
To Repair a Chimney
To Walk With Stilts
To Untangle Yarn
Useless! But when the kids are suddenly transported to the world the spells come from--a world that's about to lose its last dragon--they'll have to find a way to use the oddly specific spells to save the day, if only they can figure out exactly when magic works.
From the inventive mind of Henry Clark comes a hilariously wacky adventure about magic, friendship, a lookout tower come to life, a corn maze shaped like a dragon, an actual dragon named Phlogiston, and gallons and gallons of tomato juice.
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 280 g
Dimensions: 194 x 132 x 28 mm
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