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The well-wishers.

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Published by Harcourt, Brace in New York .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementIllustrated by N.M. Bodecker.
LC ClassificationsPZ7.E115 We
The Physical Object
Pagination191 p.
Number of Pages191
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5794495M
LC Control Number60006209

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  The Well Wishers By Edward Eager This is the second book in the series. We have been introduced to James, Laura, Deborah, Lydia, Kip and Gordy in the book, Magic or Not. This book is written in the point of view of the children. Each child takes his or her turn telling the events of the story, in Cited by: 1. An insightful account of what it means to be mentally, ill. With all the concerns and caveats in maturing, developing and understanding. The tale of struggles, principles of hardship and background and the infinite trials and tolls of what the condition, its precursors and the many dynamics. ‘Already, the book was filled with signatures and brief words of condolence from friends and well-wishers.’ ‘Most of the money raised so far has been donated by friends and well-wishers but several events have now been organised to boost funds even more.’. Well written, this is a kindly blend of magic and possibility with each character emerging as a full and interesting individual. Close to the genre of Peter Pan and other English children's books, this should find enthusiastic readers for many more than one season.

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