Alison on the Trail

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Magic Attic Press, 1995 - Competition (Psychology) - 66 pages
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Her carelessness during a science experiment at school prompts Alison to visit the magic attic where she learns that she doesn't need to be first in everything.

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User Review  - t1bclasslibrary - LibraryThing

Alison is too competative- she even sacrafices safety for one of her competitions, getting Megan shocked with a battery. To escape her problems she goes to the magic attic and ends up on a hiking trip ... Read full review

Review: Alison On the Trail (Magic Attic Club #6)

User Review  - Skittles - Goodreads

This book was really interesting and suspenseful. I love the magic attic series a lot! It's one of my favorite!! I liked this book a lot because I like camping, taking walks and being a leader. Alison ... Read full review


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DICK CONNOR, CMC, is a consultant specializing in accounting and general business and a former associate professor of management at Northwestern Graduate School of Management. He is the author of Increasing Revenue from Your Clients and coauthor with Jeff Davidson of Getting New Clients, both published by Wiley.

JEFF DAVIDSON, CMC, is a full-time professional speaker and the author of 25 books, including Marketing on a Shoestring: Low-Cost Tips for Marketing Your Products or Services (Wiley).

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