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Magic in a Jelly Jar

by Sally Tyler Hayes

WHEN YOU WISH UPON A...TOOTH?Disillusioned with love, single dad Joe Morgan had no time for his instant and unwanted attraction to enchanting dentist Samantha Carter. But Joe needed Samantha's help. His son, Luke, had the crazy idea that Samantha was the magic tooth fairy. And Luke was saving teeth in a jelly jar so Samantha would grant his wish for a mother!With one tender, unexpected kiss, Joe broke through Samantha's fragile defenses. And spending time with Joe and Luke awoke dangerous yearnings. Samantha knew her own wish was for them to be a family. But that would never happen-unless she could open Joe's wary heart to the magic of love....

Magic in His Kiss

by Shari Anton

She was wild, willful, and most certainly a princess. But now she's the king's ward, and Nicole de Leon's future is no longer her own. Bound by duty and honor, she awaits an arranged marriage . . . until a handsome warrior appears to spirit her away. Nicole cannot resist his offer of protection or the darkening of desire in his eyes. But a powerful secret torments her, a psychic gift that only this rogue warrior can help tame.He was tempted, tantalized, and most certainly not of noble blood. Rhodri ap Daffyd's duty is to defy the king and deliver Nicole to her uncle, his liege lord. But she's not the spoiled young girl he remembers. She's a woman steadfast in her loyalty and aflame with passion, a lady never meant for him. An act of defiance brings them together and duty threatens to tear them apart, but will the magic in his kiss reveal a destiny that can't be denied?MAGIC IN HIS KISSWord Count: 80,000 words.woman he has ever met. But falling in love with her was never an option. Brought together by fate but soon torn apart by war, can these two star-crossed lovers find a future together? Raves for Shari Anton and Twilight Magic: "A touch of the paranormal moves this medieval romance into a realm where passion and magic beautifully merge. Anton's always colorful history and romantic atmosphere entrance us all." --Romantic Times BOOKreviews Magazine "Anton adds a generous measure of danger and intrigue--along with a sprinkling of magic--to the second in her de Leon sister trilogy...expertly crafted, utterly beguiling medieval romance." --Booklist "Appealing characters and playful repartee." --Publishers Weekly

Magic In Ithkar (Magic In Ithkar, Book 1)

by Andre Norton Robert Adams

Pilgrims, sorcerers, thieves, nobles, scryers, glass-blowers, horse-leeches, wizards, beggars, merchants, priests . . . At Ithkar stands the Temple of the Three Lordly Ones, who vanished four hundred years ago. Now, once a year, the faithful come to pray for their return. With the faithful come the wicked, the innocent, the sorcerous, the doomed, the greedy, and the hopeful. They all find more than they expect. . .

Magic in Manhattan: Bras & Broomsticks and Frogs & French Kisses

by Sarah Mlynowski

Bras & Broomsticks and Frogs & French Kisses now available in one volume!What if all your wishes could come true?In Bras & Bromsticks, fourteen-year-old Rachel learns the outrageously unfair fact that yes, magic exists, but she's not the one who's a witch: Miri, her younger sister, is!The magic continues in Frogs & French Kisses when the teeny-tiny love spell Rachel talks Miri into casting goes horribly wrong. Now the fate of their family, the world, and senior prom is in Rachel's hands. . . .From the Trade Paperback edition.

Magic in the Shadows (Allie Beckstrom, Book 3)

by Devon Monk

Allison Beckstrom's magic has taken its toll on her, physically marking her and erasing her memories--including those of the man she supposedly loves. But lost memories aren't the only things preying on Allie's thoughts. Her late father, the prominent businessman--and sorcerer-Daniel Beckstrom, has somehow channeled himself into her very mind. With the help of The Authority, a secret organization of magic users, she hopes to gain better control over her own abilities--and find a way to deal with her father.

Magic in the Wind (Drake Sisters, Book 1)

by Christine Feehan

From the back cover: "Sarah's come home." Ever since Damon Wilder sought refuge in Sea Haven, he's heard the same breathless rumor pass the lips of nearly every local in the sleepy coastal town. Even the wind seems to whisper her name-a reverie so powerfully suggestive that it carries the curious Damon to Sarah's clifftop home, and seeks to shelter him there. But Damon has not arrived alone. Two men have tracked him to Sea Haven, and into the shadows of Drake House, where Sarah hides her own secrets. And danger-as well as a desire more urgent than either has ever known-is just a whisper away...

The Magic Key (Fairy Realm #5)

by Emily Rodda

On her fifth journey to the magical Fairy Realm, Jessie travels all the way to the end of the rainbow and tries to help her new friends, the rainbow fairies.

The Magic Keys

by Albert Murray

If Gabriel García Márquez had chosen to write about Pakistani immigrants in England, he might have produced a novel as beautiful and devastating asMaps for Lost Lovers. Jugnu and Chanda have disappeared. Like thousands of people all over Enland, they were lovers and living together out of wedlock. To Chanda's family, however, the disgrace was unforgivable. Perhaps enough so as to warrant murder. As he explores the disappearance and its aftermath through the eyes of Jugnu's worldly older brother, Shamas, and his devout wife, Kaukab, Nadeem Aslam creates a closely observed and affecting portrait of people whose traditions threaten to bury them alive. The result is a tour de force, intimate, affecting, tragic and suspenseful. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Magic Kingdom for Sale--Sold! (The Magic Kingdom of Landover #1)

by Terry Brooks

Book One in the Magic Kingdom of Landover Series Landover was a genuine magic kingdom, with fairy folk and wizardry, just as the advertisement promised. But after he purchased it, Ben Holiday learned that there were a few details the ad had failed to mention. The kingdom was in ruin. The Barons refused to recognize the king, and the peasants were without hope. A dragon was laying waste the countryside, while an evil witch plotted to destroy everything. Ben's only followers were the incompetent Court Magician; Abernathy, the talking dog who served as Court Scribe; and the lovely Willow - but she had a habit of putting down roots in the moonlight and turning into a tree. The Paladin, legendary champion of the Kings of Landover, seemed to be only a myth and an empty suit of armor. To put a final touch on the whole affair, Ben soon learned that the Iron Mark, terrible lord of the demons, had challenged all prospective Kings of Landover to a duel to the death - a duel which no human could hope to win. The task of proving his right to be King seemed hopeless. But Ben Holiday was stubborn. . .

The Magic Labyrinth

by Philip José Farmer

Book four in the River World Series

The Magic Lamp: Goal Setting for People who Hate Setting Goals

by Keith Ellis

Do you have trouble setting goals? Would you like to have greater focus, stronger follow-through, and achieve dramatically better results? Would you like to learn how to get anything you want from life--more money, a new home, a promotion, better relationships, a greater sense of fulfillment, or anything else you can imagine? If so, then readThe Magic Lamp. This remarkable book describes a simple yet unforgettable process for how to obtain whatever you want from both your personal life and your career. What's the Secret? The Magic Lampis the first goal-setting guide for people who hate setting goals. Goals can take you anywhere you want to go, but they rarely give you the inspiration you need to get there. Wishes are different. They have emotional impact. They give you the freedom to dream and the power to make your dreams come true. The Magic Lamptransforms the process of setting goals from a dull routine into an exciting adventure because it's the first book to combine the methods of goal setting with the magic of making your wishes come true. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Magic Lantern

by Alex Archer

In late 1700s Paris, a young but promising illusionist dabbles in the arcane art of phantasmagoria. But at his moment of greatest triumph-unveiling a magical lantern said to open a door to the Chinese spirit world-he is violently struck down by a vengeful phantom....On assignment in London, archaeologist Annja Creed is hunting down a man who claims to have discovered the Jekyll and Hyde potion. On the trail of one curiosity, Annja finds herself pulled toward another mystery...the origin of a strange, old-fashioned projector once used by eighteenth-century illusionists. As Annja delves into its rich history, a dark past begins to emerge. And someone wants to harness the power of this cursed artifact...risking everything for the treasures it promises.But Annja has a little magic trick of her own. One that she wields with deadly accuracy....

The Magic Lantern: The Revolution of '89 Witnessed in Warsaw, Budapest, Berlin, and Prague

by Timothy Garton Ash

"The Revolution of '89 Witnessed in Warsaw, Budapest, Berlin, and Prague" The Magic Lantern is one of those rare books that define a history moment, written by a brilliant witness who was also a participant in epochal events.

Magic Lessons (Magic or Madness, Book 2)

by Justine Larbalestier

When fifteen-year-old Reason is pulled through the magical door connecting New York City with the Sydney, Australia, home of her grandmother, she encounters an impossibly ancient man who seems to have some purpose in mind for her.

The Magic Locket

by Elizabeth Koda-Callan

A girl who cannot do anything right is discouraged, until her favorite great-aunt gives her a 'magic' locket that gives her self-confidence.

The Magic Loop

by Bev Galeskas

This book explains a simple way to knit seamless socks, sleeves, neckbands, baby sweaters, mittens, and gloves using one long circular needle instead of double pointed needles. 3 projects: Ruffled Wristlets, Winter Socks, and Toe-up Baby Socks. 20 pages.

The Magic Meadow

by Alexander Key

As five crippled children play games of imagining themselves in another beautiful world, one of the boys finds he can help the rest of them escape to a strange new place.

The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf

by Tia Nevitt

Book two in Accidental Enchantments. Prince Richard is cursed. Enslaved to a magic mirror, he must truthfully answer the evil queen when she uses it to call on him. To keep from betraying innocents, Richard wanders the countryside and avoids people.All her life, Gretchen has been teased for being small. When she hears of a hidden farm populated by little people like her, she sets out to find it-and is welcomed by the mostly male inhabitants. Lars in particular woos her with his gentle kindness and quiet strength.Danger looms when Gretchen meets a runaway princess and offers her shelter at the Little Farm. Wandering nearby, Richard instantly falls in love with the beautiful princess, and is later compelled to tell the queen that she is not the fairest of them all. Enraged, the queen vows to find them and destroy them.If either Gretchen or Richard are to have their happy endings, they must team up to break the mirror's spell before the queen kills them all...For another fairy tale retelling from Tia Nevitt, check out The Sevenfold Spell, available now! 43,000 words

The Magic Mountain: A Novel

by Thomas Mann John E. Woods

The story of Hans Castorp that we intend to tell here-not for his sake (for the reader will come to know him as a perfectly ordinary, if engaging young man), but for the sake of the story itself, which seems to us to be very much worth telling (although in Hans Castorp's favor it should be noted that it is his story, and that not every story happens to everybody)-is a story that took place long ago, and is, so to speak, covered with the patina of history and must necessarily be told with verbs whose tense is that of the deepest past.

The Magic of Chia

by James F. Scheer

In The Magic of Chia, authority James F. Scheer details the seed's abundant nutrients: calcium, amylose (a slow-burning starch helpful for hypoglycemics), a vast array of vitamins and minerals, and an unusually good ratio of omega-3 oil to omega-6 oil. The book reintroduces this wonder food to the modern palate, with numerous tested recipes for using chia to upgrade the nutritional value of hamburgers, soups, salads, breads, fruit drinks, and much more. Included is the never before told story about the twenty-year program to domesticate the wild chia and, for the first time in modern history, grow it in large enough quantities to supply the U.S. and world markets.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Magic of His Touch

by Barbara Monajem

England, 1804: Tired of being paraded before every eligible bachelor, Peony Whistleby decides it's time to find her true love-through the ancient custom of rolling naked in the dew on May Day morning. But the magic goes awry when she is caught in the act-and by an entirely unsuitable man. And yet, the way his eyes linger upon her flesh ignites a sensual craving that can only be satisfied by his touch...Book one of the May Day Mischief duet.

The Magic of Krynn (Dragonlance Tales Volume 1)

by Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman

Nine superlative short stories and a thrilling novella by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. These tales boast all the strange creatures and colorful races of Krynn, with appearances by the original Companions of the Lance, including the twins Caramon and Raistlin, one a genial warrior, the other a sickly mage.

The Magic of Merlin

by Stephanie Spinner

In the days of knights and castles, one man knew all the secrets of magic. His name was Merlin. Merlin saw the future. He cast powerful spells. He brought King Arthur to the throne and helped him rule England. Together Merlin and Arthur made history--and became legend. Kids who love magic won't want to miss this story of Merlin, the greatest magician ever, and his friendship with the once and future king, Arthur, with its beautiful full-color illustrations of Camelot, magic objects, and knights in shining armor. Stephanie Spinner is the author of the popular early chapter book trilogyAliens for Breakfast, Aliens for Lunch,andAliens for Dinner, as well the well-reviewed novel for children,Quiver. The author lives in New York, NY. Russian-born Valerie Sokolova is finding a new home in the American publishing industry with her elaborate illustrations, such as the ones in theGolden Treasury of Christmas Joy. She lives in Brooklyn, NY. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Magic of Reality

by Richard Dawkins Dave Mckean

Richard Dawkins, bestselling author and the world's most celebrated evolutionary biologist, has spent his career elucidating the many wonders of science. Here, he takes a broader approach and uses his unrivaled explanatory powers to illuminate the ways in which the world really works. Filled with clever thought experiments and jaw-dropping facts, The Magic of Reality explains a stunningly wide range of natural phenomena: How old is the universe? Why do the continents look like disconnected pieces of a jigsaw puzzle? What causes tsunamis? Why are there so many kinds of plants and animals? Who was the first man, or woman? Starting with the magical, mythical explanations for the wonders of nature, Dawkins reveals the exhilarating scientific truths behind these occurrences. This is a page-turning detective story that not only mines all the sciences for its clues but primes the reader to think like a scientist as well.an, or woman? This is a page-turning, graphic detective story that not only mines all the sciences for its clues but primes the reader to think like a scientist as well. Richard Dawkins, the world's most famous evolutionary biologist and one of science education's most passionate advocates, has spent his career elucidating the wonders of science for adult readers. But now, in a dramatic departure, he has teamed up with acclaimed artist Dave McKean and used his unrivaled explanatory powers to share the magic of science with readers of all ages. This is a treasure trove for anyone who has ever wondered how the world works. Dawkins and McKean have created an illustrated guide to the secrets of our world--and the universe beyond--that will entertain and inform for years to come.

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