Otto and the Flying Twins: The First Book of the Karmidee

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Holiday House, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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As more and more people took over the lands of the world, the remaining magical creatures have to create a special place all their own, but when humans discovered their City of Trees, the magical beings closed off the city--causing some regular folk to live in their wondrous world and gain powers they never thought possible.

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OTTO AND THE FLYING TWINS: The First Book of the Karmidee

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Long marginalized by colonizing Muggles—er, Normals—the variously gifted Karmidee face a threat to their very existence in this series opener. Intent on achieving supreme power in the isolated City ... Read full review

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User Review  - ricasiskind - LibraryThing

Cleo (8) and Isabel (11) loved hearing this book, so we read the sequel, and we're now reading the 3rd book. Otto is just an ordinary kid, or at least thinks he is, until everything in his world gets ... Read full review


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