A Giant Pencil by Connor Wilson

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So a story about a boy who finds a giant magic pencil with an eraser that can make things disappear is especially appealing to young children who often feel out of control and lost in the daily rough and tumble of family and school life.
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Billy is a grumpy kid who feels that everyone picks on him. But, when he discovers a magic, giant pencil that gives him the power to erase anyone, or anything, he soon discovers how important his family and friends really are.
 

About Connor Wilson

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Connor Wilson is eleven years old. He first wrote A Giant Pencil at the age of nine. He submitted it to Weaving Dreams Publishing, a traditional publisher, making Conner the youngest author of fiction and picture books as of this publication.
 
Published August 11, 2012 by Magic Dreams Publishing. 52 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kathy Barber Hersh on Aug 11 2012

So a story about a boy who finds a giant magic pencil with an eraser that can make things disappear is especially appealing to young children who often feel out of control and lost in the daily rough and tumble of family and school life.

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