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The Magic Warble - Victoria Simcox
The Magic Warble
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781935097174 (1935097172)
ASIN: 1935097172
Publisher: Two Harbors Press (MN)
Pages no: 268
Edition language: English
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Vailia's Page Turner
Vailia's Page Turner rated it
4.0 The Magic Warble
This book turned out to be more fun than expected. When I got this book, I was thinking it would simply be a pre-teen/young teen book that my niece could enjoy. What I didn't expect is how much I enjoyed it! The book starts off in current time with Kristina leaving school when her teacher gives h...
Book Reviews by Lynn
Book Reviews by Lynn rated it
5.0 The Magic Warble
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.This is a fantastic children's book for middle grade age range. I loved it!Kristina Kingsley is a fantastic character. She may not be the most popular girl in school, but I actually liked her. She reminded me of me - I w...
Identity Discovery
Identity Discovery rated it
This story initially takes place on Earth where Kristina is living a rather lonely life other than having her pet rat, Raymond. She loved school and tried her best to do well. One of Kristina's teachers gives her a Christmas gift that ends up being the entire focus of the story, The Magic Warble. Th...
Jera's Jamboree
Jera's Jamboree rated it
The Magic Warble is the first book in a series.When I first started reading The Magic Warble it reminded me of Enid Blyton (especially stories like The Wishing Chair) so I knew I would enjoy this adventure!It’s the last day of school before the Christmas holiday break and it’s snowing. Kristina age...
Jessica (HDB)
Jessica (HDB) rated it
3.0 The Magic Warble
What first attracted my attention about The Magic Warble was the mention of dwarfs, gnomes, and all other manner of fantasy creatures. Ever since I was a young reader these beings were the stuff of magic for me. I was anxious to see where Victoria Simcox would take us. What next drew me in was of co...
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