The Hidden Stairs and the Magic Carpet

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Scholastic, May 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
119 Reviews
The secret is out--DROON is the series that kids, parents, and teachers are talking about! And with a value-priced edition, this favorite is more exciting than ever.

Something under the stairs...is magic! For Julie, Eric, and Neal, an enchanted staircase in Eric's basement is the portal to their first adventure in the fantastical and troubled land of Droon.

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Review: The Hidden Stairs and the Magic Carpet (The Secrets of Droon #1)

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SUMMARY: Eric, Julie, and Neal would rather be playing soccer but instead have been sent to the basement to help clean it out. As they are goofing off they discover a hidden door which reveals a ... Read full review

Review: The Hidden Stairs and the Magic Carpet (The Secrets of Droon #1)

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This is the first real book I've ever read all by myself.I was eight then.I exactly remember at which part of the living room I was sitting, what clothes I was wearing and what we had for dinner the ... Read full review

Contents

The Small Room
1
The Sky Below the Ground
10
Groggles and Ninns
16
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Tony Abbott was born in Cleveland, Ohio on January 7, 1952. He attended the University of Connecticut, majoring first in music, then psychology, and finally English. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in English literature. After that, he traveled to Europe before returning home and finding work in a variety of bookstores, a library and at an Internet book and magazine publisher. His first published book, Danger Guys, was written while taking a writing class with children's author, Patricia Reilly Giff. Since then, he's written over 75 books for children ages 6 to 12, including The Secrets of Droon series, The Haunting of Derek Stone series, and The Time Surfers series. Firegirl won the Golden Kite Award for Fiction in 2007 and The Postcard won the Edgar Award for the Best Juvenile Mystery novel in 2009.

Tim Jessell is the illustrator of many books for children. He lives in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with his wife and children.

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