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Magic, Madness, & Mischief by Kelly McCullough (from a Two Thumbs Up reviewer)

by McNally Robinson - Wednesday, Jan 24, 2018 at 8:46pm

Kalvan Monroe was a more or less normal kid. He had average grades at school. He didn’t have many friends. His father has passed away and his mother has mental problems. He was living a normal life until the following events happening. 1) He accidently summons a rabbit, made of fire, that talks. 2) He gets the power to throw fireballs and use fire at will. 3) When he gained his fire powers, his mother was burned by the same magic. Leaving her unharmed, but, extremely susceptible to the magic of the Ice King. Now Kalvan, with the help of his fire rabbit, must find the Ice King and defeat him in battle, or risk losing his mother forever. Read Magic, Madness, & Mischief to find what happens next!

- Max, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer

Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids

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Magic, Madness, and Mischief

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by Kelly Mccullough - $22.50 - Add to Cart

From the author ofSchool for Sidekickscomes a witty and thoughtful middle-grade fantasy about the bonds of family and the strength of true friendship.Kalvan Monroe is worried. Either he's going mad or he really did wake up with uncontrollable fire magic and accidentally summon a snarky talking fire hare. (Yes, that's right, a hare. Made of fire. That talks.) He's got to be going crazy, right?But if he's not, then magic actually is real, and he's got even more problems to worry about. Because Kalvan isn't the only one with powers. The same fire magic that allows him to talk his way into and out of trouble burned too brightly in his mother, damaging her mind and leaving her vulnerable to the cold, manipulative spells of the Winter King.Can Kalvan gain control of his power in time to save his mother, or will their fires be snuffed out forever?Kelly McCullough combinesMagic, Madness, and Mischief--as well as danger--in a delightful fantasy set in a magical version of St. Paul, Minnesota.