Imagine You're a Wizard by Meg Clibbon
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A playfully spellbinding guide to the world of wizardry!

Did you know that some wizards are young and good-looking while others are old with long beards? Or that all wizards are clever and bossy and love showing off? That's why they wear such peculiar clothes.

For any budding young magic-maker, Imagine You're a Wizard! offers all you need to learn the tricks of the trade. From where to live (try a twisty, turning turret in a chilly, creepy castle) to what to wear (pointed hats are a must, as are rubber boots for muddy forests), author Meglin offers up wizarding tips aplenty.

Bursting with wizard lore, wands to make, and even some spells to try, and glowing with enchanting illustrations by Lucy Lightning, Imagine You're a Wizard! is a guaranteed charmer.

Key Features: Wizards are a wildly popular topic Fun to read, look at, and do activities Eye-catching illustrations complement delightfully silly descriptions

 

About Meg Clibbon

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Merry Meg and Lucy Longstockings are the pen names of Meg Clibbon and Lucy Clibbon, a mother-and-daughter team who have written and illustrated "Imagine You're a Fairy," "Imagine You're a Princess," "Imagine You're a Wizard,"" and Lots of Love," Meg Clibbon and Lucy Clibbon are a mother and daughter team who have written and illustrated several children's books, including "Imagine You're a Fairy," "Imagine You're a Princess," and "Imagine You're a Wizard.
 
Published September 6, 2003 by Annick Press. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Maties who dream of sentencing others to walk the plank will welcome Imagine You're a Pirate!

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In the second, Imagine You're a Wizard!, ""Meglin"" and ""Lucy Lightning"" guide readers through the ins and outs of beginner's wizardry, including necessary accessories, secret codes, spells and brief bios on famous wizards.

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