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When the twins Sophie and Josh Newman found out they were working in two stores across from each other, Josh in the Fleming's bookstore and Sophie in The Coffee Cup, they were ecstatic. That is, until the fateful day that Dr. John Dee stepped into the bookshop and changed both of their lives forever. After a vicious fight with Dee, the twins find out that Nick Fleming, owner of the bookshop, was really Nicholas Flamel the famous alchemist.

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Being born undead, she didn't exactly have too many options to what she could do with her life. Fortunately, a witch named Ghastly Edna rescued her from her cellar to come live with her and taught her how to hide her flawless beauty behind the disguise of an old crone. However, events turn against her and the witch is forced to move to Fort Stalwart with a demonic duck named Newt, a troll named Gwurm, and an enchanted broom.

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Holly is a twelve-year old orphan. Her father died in a freak tractor accident and her mother overdosed on drugs. Since then, Holly had been in the hands of social services and was moved from foster home to foster home. Finally, after a particularly abusive foster home, Holly runs away and becomes a "gypsy". As she goes through her many hardships of surviving on the streets and avoiding the police, Holly writes down poems and her experiences in her journal. Will Holly ever find a good home that truly welcomes her?

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Samuel Lambert, an American, is invited to stay on in Glasscastle University which teaches magic when he wins a sharpshooting contest. He was hired to contribute his shooting accuracy to the mysterious Agincourt Project. A Fellow of the University named Fell invited Lambert to share a room with him and Lambert discovered the amazing, peace-giving chants that maintain the University's wards. Then, one day, the Provost's sister, Jane Brailsford, comes to visit. After she arrives, things start happening. Fell disappears and the Agincourt Project develops a sinister side.

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One second Veronica and Heather were in a bookstore. Next second they had been transported into the fantasy world of "Queen of Twilight" Things go wrong right off the back. First, Heather shatters the heroine of the book: Princess Arabelle. Then, Heather is mistaken for Princess Arabelle. Veronica has read "Queen of Twilight" before and will do all she can to make sure the story goes and should while Heather follows nothing but her heart. With a wizard, a servant elf, and a talking squirrel's help, these two girls must face a great evil.

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Have you ever woken up in the morning and found that you have nothing to wear? Well now, you can learn how to put together new outfits and make new clothes out of the same book! Make matches you would have never thought of and have fun doing it. It's all about clothes. Find the teen fashionista in yourself.




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