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The Twelve Magic Changelings by M. A. Glen is an enchanting tale that transports readers to a whimsical world filled with magic, adventure, and mystery. Glen's writing style effortlessly captures the imagination, making it difficult to put this book down.

The story revolves around twelve young heroes, each possessing a unique magical ability known as a Changeling power. As they embark on a dangerous quest to protect their kingdom from an ancient evil, readers are plunged into a rich and detailed universe. Glen crafts a seamless blend of fantasy and realism, allowing readers to immerse themselves fully in this captivating realm.

The characters are well-developed and relatable, each grappling with their own inner struggles as they discover the extent of their powers. The Twelve Magic Changelings focuses on themes of friendship, courage, and sacrifice, which resonate with readers of all ages. Glen's ability to weave intricate emotions and complex relationships into the narrative adds depth and complexity to the story.

One of the book's highlights is its vivid descriptions. Glen paints a vivid picture of the fantastical landscapes, intricate magical spells, and mythical creatures that populate the world of the Changelings. The imagery is so powerful that readers can almost feel the wind on their faces and smell the aroma of the enchanted forests.

The pacing of the novel is well-balanced, keeping readers engaged throughout. Glen skillfully alternates between intense action scenes and quieter moments of introspection, allowing the story to unfold naturally while maintaining a sense of suspense. The plot twists and turns, keeping readers guessing and eager to discover what awaits each Changeling on their daring journey.

While The Twelve Magic Changelings is a fantasy novel, it also delves into deeper philosophical questions about identity and destiny. It explores the idea that one's circumstances or external appearance do not define who they are. This powerful message resonates with readers and adds layers of complexity to the story.

Overall, The Twelve Magic Changelings by M. A. Glen is a captivating and imaginative tale that will transport readers to a world filled with magic and wonder. Glen's exquisite storytelling, dynamic characters, and breathtaking descriptions make this a book that will engage readers of all ages. This enchanting adventure is a must-read for anyone seeking a spellbinding escape into a realm of imagination.

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By M. A. Glen

The 12 Magic


Frederick A. Stokes Company Publishers New York




" Mary and Her Little Lamb," "Humpty Dumpty and the Egg," "Tom the Piper's Son and His Pig," "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse," "Silverhair and the Little Wee Bear," "Robinson Crusoe and His Parrot," "The Lion and the Unicorn," "The Witch and Her Black Cat," "Nancy Netticoat and the Candle," "Santa Claus and the Christmas Tree," "The Frog Who Would A Wooing Go and the Lily White Duck," "Dick Whittington and His Cat ."



Copyright, 1907, by FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY September, 1907

How to Make Mary and Her Lamb

Cut out the two double figures. Fold on the dotted lines marked A A A A so that the upper part of each of the four figures projects forward as shown in the small picture X. Fold on the lines marked B B where the figures join each other so that the colored surfaces face outward, and then, beginning at the feet, paste the front view of Mary to the back view of the lamb as far as the dotted lines A A. In the same way paste the front view of the lamb to the back view of Mary as far up as the lines A A... Continue reading book >>

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