The Magic Spell

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Scholastic Paperbacks, May 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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With simple, heartfelt stories, My Secret Unicorn is the perfect beginning chapter book series for girls who love horses and magic. These books will make every young reader believe!

Do you know someone who has wished for a pony? Lauren Foster did just that. And when her family moves to the country, her dream finally comes true. Then she reads a story about a normal pony who turns into a snow-white unicorn when his owner reads a special spell. Lauren starts to wonder. Could her new pony Twilight really be a unicorn? Maybe ... just maybe.

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Review: The Magic Spell (My Secret Unicorn #1)

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When I was younger this was my favourite series! It was the one of the first series I'd ever read and one that started off my love for books! They really get the imagination going. They taught me a ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Linda Chapman has written over 50 children's fiction books, including the following series: My Secret Unicorn, Stardust, Not Quite a Mermaid, and Unicorn School. She lives in Leicestershire with her husband and daughters.

Andrew P. Farley is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics at Texas Tech University. He received his Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education (SLATE) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His areas of research are input processing in second language acquisition, the effects of instruction on second language acquisition, lexical access in early bilinguals, and the acquisition of second language morphology. He has taught a variety of courses ranging from beginning Spanish language courses to graduate seminars on applied linguistics and second language acquisition. He has authored and co-authored numerous articles and book chapters and is the author of Structured Input: Grammar Instruction for the Acquisition Oriented Classroom (2005, McGraw-Hill), a book in the McGraw-Hill Second Language Professional Series.

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