Every now and again you have to read something magical. Really. Here are some suggestions for the experience.
Half Magic by Edgar Eager
When a family of children find an unusual coin, they learn that it has magic powers that well, just don't work the way you would think. Their adventures lead them to a little man who changes their lives.
Twig by Elizabeth O. Jones
This is a story of the magic of the imagination. Something we sometimes forget we have but is so necessary to remember.
Waiting for Magic by Patricia MacLachlan
The magic of communication with animals is the crux of this book. A young child can communicate with the pets his mom brings home and they can too!
Emma and the Blue Genie by Cornelia Funke
What's more magical than a genie? And who wouldn't want to help him find his nose ring? I know I would!
So abracadabra, find some time and read about magic and until next week, keep on reading!