A Question of Magic

A Question of Magic

eBook - 2013
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Serafina was living the normal life of a village girl, when she gets a mysterious letter—her first letter ever, in fact—from a great aunt she's never heard of in another village. Little does 'Fina know, her great aunt is actually a Baba Yaga, a magical witch who lives in an even more magical cottage.Summoned to the cottage, Serafina's life takes an amazing turn as she finds herself becoming the new Baba Yaga. But leaving behind home and the boy she loves isn't easy, and as Serafina grows into her new and magical role answering the first question any stranger might ask her with the truth, she also learns about the person she's meant to be, and that telling the future doesn't always mean knowing the right answers.In her inimitable and bestselling way, ED Baker has crafted a funny and romantic story that combines some fabulous details from the original Slavic tale, with an all new spin!
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 2013
Branch Call Number: Overdrive
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
ISBN: 9781619630567


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Jul 28, 2016

Loved this book. It was my first experience with E.D Baker and I am so impressed. I love Mythology and knew about Baba Yaga before but all the same it was amazing!

devorah1231 Jun 19, 2014

She's written much better books... the main character just lived, and let other people do things because she was trapped and out of control of her life


Why am I not surprised?! ..... This was an AWESOME Book! Just love E.D Baker!!! Hope she has more books to come!


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green_bat_392 Nov 11, 2013

green_bat_392 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 13


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