The Magic Shades

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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Don't believe everything you see . . . When Gena finds a pair of cat-eye sunglasses in a thrift store, she gets more than she bargained for. Within a few days, Gena is convinced that the glasses really can show her the future. Anne and Juniper, the other two members of the Fortune Tellers Club, don't exactly share Gena's enthusiasm for her new shades.

But then the glasses show Gena her dad's new girlfriend snooping in Gena's bedroom and her dad lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen! She can't ignore such a dire warning, but is she seeing clearly?

Can the members of the Fortune Tellers Club get to the bottom of this mystery, or are they looking at it all wrong?

 

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Contents

Discovery
1
Yes or No?
9
Shades of Green
19
Stop Thief
25
Ancient Aroma
31
Taking a Spill
41
Caught in the Act
49
Blind Panic
55
Oil and Water
63
The Wicked Witch of the West
71
The Score
79
DoubleCheck
85
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Dotti Enderle is the author of the childrens mystery series, Fortune Tellers Club, and the educational series, Storytime Discoveries. She began her publishing career in 1995, writing for popular childrens magazines. Her work has been included in Babybug, Ladybug, Childrens Playmate, Nature Friend, Turtle and many more. As a professional storyteller, Dotti has entertained at numerous schools, libraries, museums and festivals since 1993. She takes pride in her vast collection of original stories and folktales, and specializes in participation stories, allowing the audience to join in the fun. Dotti is a member of The Society of Childrens Book Writers & Illustrator and the Texas Reading Association. A native Texan, Dotti lived throughout Texas as a small child, but Houston has been her home since the age of eight. She lives with her husband, two teenage daughters, and a lazy cat named Oliver.

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