Anton Can Do Magic

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Penelope Todd
Gecko Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
17 Reviews
Anton has a magic hat. A real one. Anton wants to do some magic. He wants to make something disappear... First Anton tries to make a tree vanish, but it's too big. He manages to make a bird disappear, and even his friend Lukas. But where did Lukas go? 'There are constant surprises throughout this story, and lovely irony and tension between Anton and the reader. For so few words, there's such a lot of character. 'Its genius is in its absolute simplicity.' Julia Marshall, publisher

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User Review  - Hannah Holt - Goodreads

I adore this book (and this series). The author/illustrator leaves just the right amount of space between the words and the pictures, each tell part of the story. I love the slightly retro feel and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alina Bender - Goodreads

I wonder how many young readers will believe that Anton can do magic. And that would be one of my first questions for my class: can any of you do magic? Can Anton do magic? I predict an interesting talk will follow. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Ole K nnecke was born in 1961 and spent his childhood in Sweden. He now works as a freelance illustrator in Hamburg, Germany. He has written four books about Anton: Anton und die M dchen, Anton kann zaubern (Anton can do Magic), Antons Geheimnis and Anton und die Bl tter.

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