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Can a mean girl change? Can she find her own happily ever after? In , Jennifer teamed up with Disney to launch the bestselling Waterfire saga, an epic series about six mermaids on a quest to rid the world of an ancient evil. Then Kellen and Reichis are separated, and for the first time Kellen must face the world alone — and venture deeper into shadow magic than he ever knew he could.
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The third book in the thrilling Supersaurs series. Bea and Carter Kingsley have been struggling to fit in at school in England after their adventures and the tragic loss of their grandmother, Bunty. Will the growing rifts be healed — or widen? The adventure concludes in Wild West style with a dramatic showdown at the rodeo. In a world where dinosaurs have survived and evolved alongside humans, Bea and Carter Kingsley are searching for answers to the disappearance of their parents. But the answers our heroes seek are surrounded in mystery.
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She lives near Cambridge with her husband, two sons and their border collie. She spends her spare time trying to figure out how to move this beautiful city closer to the sea. She was born in Edinburgh in and now lives in Newcastle upon Tyne. Lewis experiments with magic himself and unknowingly resurrects the former owner of the house: a woman named Selenna Izard.
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