Fur Magic

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Macmillan, Apr 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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Enter a world of ancient magic

When his father is called to active duty in Vietnam, Cory Alder is sent to spend the summer with his adopted Native American uncle, Jasper. Accustomed to life in the city, Cory finds the reality of the ranch scary—every shadow is full of menace. But when an encounter with a medicine man catapults Cory into a world of Native American legend, conquering his fears becomes a matter of survival. Transformed into a beaver called Yellow Shell, Cory is now part of a war between the People, animals whose intelligence equals that of humans. In order to return home, Cory must help Yellow Shell and his allies defeat the Changer, who is attempting to enslave the People in this world—and in Cory's world as well. With two worlds hanging in the balance, Cory will have to use every ounce of courage and animal instinct within him to defeat this enemy . . .

 

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Contents

THE MAGIC BOOKS 1 WILD COUNTRY
1
THE MAGIC BOOKS 2 STRONG MEDICINE
16
THE MAGIC BOOKS 3 WAR PARTY CAPTIVE
30
THE MAGIC BOOKS 4 BROKEN CLAW
44
THE MAGIC BOOKS 5 BEARERS OF THE PIPE
58
THE MAGIC BOOKS 6 EAGLES BARGAIN
73
THE MAGIC BOOKS 7 RAVENS SING
87
THE MAGIC BOOKS 8 A FOREST OF STONE
102
THE MAGIC BOOKS 9 A SHAPING OF SHAPES
116
THE MAGIC BOOKS 10 THE CHANGER CHALLENGED
130
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For well over a half century, Andre Norton was one of the most popular science fiction and fantasy authors in the world. Since her first SF novels were published in the 1940s, her adventure SF has enthralled readers young and old. With series such as Time Traders, Solar Queen, Forerunner, Beast Master, Crosstime, and Janus, as well as many stand-alone novels, her tales of action and adventure throughout the galaxy have drawn countless readers to science fiction. Ms. Norton's fantasy, including the best-selling Witch World series, her Magic series, and many other novels, has been popular with readers for decades. Lauded as a Grand Master by the Science Fiction Writers of America, she is the recipient of a Life Achievement Award from the World Fantasy Convention.

Ms. Norton inspired several generations of SF and fantasy writers, especially many talented women writers who have followed in her footsteps.

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