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Leprechaun in Late Winter (Magic Tree House #43) (Prebound)

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This is book number 43 in the Magic Tree House series.


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The bestselling, fan-favorite chapter-book series sends Jack and Annie to Ireland--the land of leprechauns
Jack and Annie are whisked back to long-ago Ireland. Their mission? To inspire a girl named Augusta to share her creativity with the world. But when they meet Augusta, Jack and Annie don't see how they can inspire her at all--she is the least imaginative person they've ever met Luckily, Jack and Annie have a special whistle that they can use to show Augusta a magical world. But their plan backfires Can Jack and Annie rescue their new friend? Or will Augusta be lost forever?
Magic Tree House books are "New York Times" bestsellers. The series' irresistible mix of magic, myth, history, and mystery has inspired a love of reading in countless children all over the world. Find out why with "Leprechaun in Late Winter
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Product Details
ISBN: 9780606238601
ISBN-10: 0606238603
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Publication Date: January 24th, 2012
Pages: 114
Language: English
Series: Magic Tree House

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