By Mary Pope Osborne
Take the plunge with Jack and Annie!
Jack and Annie proceed their quest for the secrets and techniques of happiness—secrets they want if they're going to save lots of Merlin. but if the Magic Tree condo leads them to a tiny abandoned island in the course of the sea, they’re uncertain who wishes aid more—Merlin or themselves! The brother and sister group are quickly rescued by means of a boat of explorers and scientists. yet that isn’t the top in their issues, as the group isn’t trying to find the secrets and techniques of happiness. The workforce is seeking . . . a sea monster!
Mary Pope Osborne takes younger readers again to the mid-nineteenth century, a time of exploration and experience. This paperback variation includes all-new backmatter filled with actions, and the 1st printing comprises transitority tattoos.
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A trip? Where? How? My mommy…” “Don’t worry. We ’re going far away, but we ’ll be back before you know it. Here. ” Ever obedient, Gracie grasped the wand between her thumb and index ﬁnger, but it wasn’t easy to hold on to, it being not much bigger than a tadpole ’s tail. Nevertheless, she felt herself being pulled upright from the bed. Whoa! Easy now! With increasing speed, her body was rising toward the ceiling. ” shouted the Beer Fairy—and from the yippee and wahoo exuberance in her voice, anybody could tell it was one of the Beer Fairy’s favorite sayings.
In the kitchen, she was turning in circles, like a dog looking for a soft place to lie down. Her tummy felt like a washer set on Spin Dry. Her heart felt like a balloon from which the air was leaking. Her brain felt like her gums feel after a visit to the dentist. She was too hurt to stamp her feet or throw things, too angry to weep. She knew she had to do something, though, or else she would just curl up in a knot and die. Eventually, she found herself standing at the refrigerator. Yanking open the door, Gracie suddenly was face to face with a beverage shelf fully stocked with Pepsi cola and beer.
At ﬁrst, it looked to be a dragonﬂy, standing on its hind legs, if dragonﬂies can be said to have hind legs, but it was pacing to and fro and anybody who’s paid attention knows that dragonﬂies can’t walk. Furthermore, it was tapping steadily, purposefully, on Gracie ’s breastbone with a front leg—or something resembling a leg—as if to get her attention. The thing was only slightly taller than a birthday candle, and had translucent wings that shimmered like moonlight on a barrel of rainwater. ” Obviously, she wasn’t expecting an answer.