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Wet Magic

by E. Nesbit

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From School Library Journal
Grade 1-4-By Edith Nesbit. Four children rescue a mermaid and plunge into a great sea adventure.
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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Imagine helping to rescue a REAL mermaid from captivity and then going with her to her kingdom under the sea, riding around on seahorses and being caught up in a war! Join Francis, Mavis, Bernard and Kathleen for an adventure that's not just another day on the beach.

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Yes, dear, do, said the Princess Maia; "but don't do anything rash. No sorties now. You Lobsters are so terribly brave. But you know Mother said you weren't to. Ah me! --war is a terrible thing! What a state the rivers will get into with all this water going on, and the winds all loose and doing as they like. It's horrible to think about. It will take ages to get things straight again."

From the Publisher
BEFORE THERE WAS A HARRY POTTER -- BEFORE THERE WAS A NARNIA THERE WAS E NESBIT. If you've come to love Harry and the Narnia books you're sure to love the books of E Nesbit.

Reprinted from the 1913 book includes original illustrations. J K Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, considers E Nesbit one of her favorite writers

About the Author
E. Nesbit (1858-1924) began her career as a children's book author in 1899. The popularity of her classic novels, such as Magic City, The Railway Children, and The Enchanted Castle , has lasted a century.



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