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A Touch of Magic Most Of The Time, Twilight Looks Like An Ordinary Grey Pony But When Lauren Says The Words Of A Spell He Transforms Into A Magical Unicorn And Together They Can Fly All Over The WorldWhen Lauren S Brother Max Makes Friends With Two New Boys, He Forgets About Looking After Buddy, His Puppy Lauren Tries To Hide It From Their Parents, Knowing That If They Found Out Max Would Get Into A Lot Of Trouble And They Might Even Send Buddy Away Can A Touch Of Magic Help To Show Max How Important Buddy Really Is



10 thoughts on “A Touch of Magic

  1. says:

    They look into the rose quartz and try to find people to help It is a sweet story A bit sad because Twilight is unable to use much of its magic power.


  2. says:

    This is the final book I originally owned the next one will be completely new to me In this book we see Max beginning to neglect Buddy, and this makes me sad because I hate it when animals are abandoned Although not extreme in this book, it accurately portrays what can happen to animals if they re not looked after properly and the sorts of struggles it can cau


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    UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS UNICORNS


  4. says:

    real kidy


  5. says:

    Buddy Max s dog ran away because he didn t take care of him.Lauren found Buddy at Max s friends house.Auryn 7yo


  6. says:

    Used to love these books as a kid This is as far as I got with the series though


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this when I was little and it s all a young girl wants in a book


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About the Author: Linda Chapman

Linda Chapman was born in Liverpool in 1969 She had many different jobs before becoming a full time writer in 1999 She worked as a theatre stage manager, a dog trainer, a bookseller, a nanny, a teacher and a research assistant She has written over 120 books for children, some under her own name, others under different names including the Superpowers series under the name Alex Cliff Linda lives