Seven-Day Magic by Edward EagerOf all the Edward Eager books, this is probably the one I know least well, the one I dont think I first sat down and read until I was an adult - which means, unfortunately, that it missed out on that golden period where I devoured books as a child, reread them ad nauseam, and now carry them forever with me.
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For Ann Drakeley, when she isn't quite so new, and Peter Saxon, if he hasn't grown too old. The lady sitting at the far end of the table sighed and looked up, putting her hand to her head as if it ached. This is a children's room, you know. It's for the children to enjoy. The lady sighed again, closed the book she was reading, and opened another. Abbie tried to catch her eye and look sympathetic, but the lady would not meet her gaze.
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Title: Seven-Day Magic Author: Eager, Edward [Edward McMaken] () Date of first publication: Edition used as base for this.
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