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No Place for Magic

No Place for Magic

Scritto da E.D. Baker

Narrato da Katherine Kellgren


No Place for Magic

Scritto da E.D. Baker

Narrato da Katherine Kellgren

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3.5/5 (10 valutazioni)
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6 ore
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 2006
ISBN:
9781464044601
Formato:
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Descrizione

E.D. Baker—best-selling author of BookSense 76 Children’s Pick The Frog Princess and its sequels—continues the enchanting adventures of Eadric and Emma. When Trolls kidnap Eadric’s little brother, his mother won’t let Emma use magic—even to rescue him. Together with some offbeat friends, Eadric and Emma soon embark on a quest to free the endangered lad. As they traverse hostile terrain, fight off terrifying foes, and find unexpected allies, Emma begins to discover the true measure of Eadric’s devotion and strength.
“The well-chosen words of the narrative read aloud beautifully …”—Booklist
Pubblicato:
Jan 1, 2006
ISBN:
9781464044601
Formato:
Audiolibro

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Informazioni sull'autore

E. D. Baker is the author of the Tales of the Frog Princess series, The Wide-Awake Princess series, The Fairy-Tale Matchmaker series, and many other delightful books for young readers, including A Question of Magic, Fairy Wings,and Fairy Lies. Her first book, The Frog Princess, was the inspiration for Disney's hit movie The Princess and the Frog. She lives with her family and their many animals in Churchville, Maryland. www.talesofedbaker.com Facebook/EDBakerAuthor

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  • (3/5)
    Just a bit too much of a focus on the serial adventure for my taste. This is the last book of the series, as far as I can tell, to focus on Emma and Eadric. I did like the banshee. Little bits like that set these books apart from the wannabees. The next is prequel, about Grassina & Chartreuse as teens.
  • (5/5)
    This book was one of my favorites. This is my favorite series. This series needs to be more popular, because it is amazing! This series got me into fairytales and Princess books.
  • (3/5)
    This one took me a while to get into- it's been a long time since I read the others in the series. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't the best of the series- I guess it was a pretty typical sort of adventure. I was glad, however, to finally have things sorted with Emma and Eadric.
  • (4/5)
    Tales of the Frog Princess, book 4. Emma and Eadric are ready to get married, but first they have to get his parents' approval. Eadric's mother does not approve of magic. She hates it so much that she won't even allow Emma to help rescue her younger son, Bardston, who has been kidnapped by trolls. THis is probably the weakest link in the series, but it was still funny enough to keep me reading. I just love Emma. She is a great character.
  • (4/5)
    Out of all the books in this series, this is the best out of all of them. In this book, Emma, who is a princess and a green witch, travels with Eadric to Eacdric's kingdom to ask for their parent's blessing in marriage. But there, the people aren't very comfortable with magic. So when Emma goes to Eadric's kingdom, whe has to try to find ways to not use magic. This story is just as twisted as the other ones in the series. But before reading this book, I suggest you that you read the first few books before actually reading this one.
  • (1/5)
    I'm part of a writing club, and we were asked by the library we meet at to review some children's books for them. So I own an uncorrected advanced proof copy. I... seriously disliked it. Perhaps it's simply because I haven't read the other books that came before it, but I disliked Emma as a character and the way the magic flowed in the world. Or simply the amount of ease she had with tapping into it. It bothered me. I'm not sure what else to say. I suppose I'd have to reread it to be able to put more into words.
  • (3/5)
    The next book in the Tales of the frog princess series. Emma and Eadric travel Eadric's home to receive premission to marry. Emma promised not to use magic but finds that promise hard to keep.
  • (3/5)
    As usual, cute fluff. Emma and Eadric do begin to be a little more solid - I think they're both stupid several times in this book, but I can see why the persons they are might do those things (not just author fiat). I think her spell on Bradston was unwise, and is going to come back to bite her if she does admit to it (or even if she doesn't), but again, I can see why she did it. And a happy ever after (yeah, right) - for quite a few people.