The Fortune-Teller by Paul B. Thompson
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"Harlano will stop at nothing to capture Orry. The metal head contains magical knowledge that the evil wizard is desperate to obtain. Only the young apprentice Mikal and his scrappy friend Lyra stand in his way. From the Miracle Fair, through the perilous woods of Periskold, down the rushing Tombow River, and to the coast of Farhaven, Mikal and Lyra must evade the powerful Harlano and his henchmen. The two youngsters fight dangerous creatures and face mysterious magic throughout their daring journey.
Can they keep Orry safe from Harlano and the dark forces that stand behind him, or will the rogue wizard uncover the secret that could change the world?"

About Paul B. Thompson

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Paul B. Thompson is professor of philosophy at Purdue University and is the author of "Agricultural Ethics: Research, Teaching, and Public Policy" (1998).
Published January 1, 2013 by Enslow Publishers, Inc.. 160 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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Along the way, they find themselves caught up in a conflict between loggers and woods-loving fey folk, temporarily lose Orichalkon in a raging river and acquire an eerie but strong ally in Killeen, a newly reformed werewolf.

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Gr 5–7—The wizard Harlano offers Mikal more riches than he could possibly see in his entire life, but Mikal is not tempted and is unwilling to give Harlano Orry, in return for the fortune. Orry has a human head scupted in bronze by the wizard Sungam the Smith centuries earlier. Harlano knows its ...

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