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Merlin's Island
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Minerva Mint

Merlin's Island

The people of Pembrose have long believed that King Arthur and the sorcerer Merlin once lived near their small town. In fact, the cave where Merlin did his magic is a popular attraction for visitors. But now a handsome archeologist has come to town claiming that the cave is just a hoax, a legend to attract tourists. Minerva, Ravi, and Thomasina believe in the legend and in Merlin. Once they prove it to the scientist, the three friends can get back to the mystery of Minerva's missing parents.

 
ISBN978-1-4965-7632-3
6-Pack ISBN978-1-4342-8773-1
Text TypeProcedural Text
SubjectProfessional Development
Page Count4
Copyright2016
SeriesMinerva Mint
Teacher Note Cards
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$1.00
 


6-Pack
Paperback
Price
$48.94

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Elisa Puricelli Guerra

Elisa Puricelli Guerra

Elisa Puricelli Guerra was born in Milan, Italy. She always dreamed of becoming a writer (or an astronaut or a witch) and her love of books was born when her mother read the Pippi Longstocking books to her her aloud. Like Pippi, Guerra has red hair — a fact that has caused many problems. She never got away with anything in school, because her flaming read hair always caught the attention of the teachers. As a writer, she often gives the main characters in her stories red hair, too, but she makes them extra clever, so they get away with a bit more than she did. Guerra also works as a freelance writer and translator, but if she could make a living by just reading, that is exactly what she would do!

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