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Molly's Magic

Paine, Penelope Colville; Maeno, Itoko

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ISBN 10: 1559420685 / ISBN 13: 9781559420686
Published by Marsh Media, Shawnee Mission, Kansas, U.S.A., 2000
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Fine in Fine jacket Oversize. A clean, tight copy of the second printing of this charmingn tale of an Irish pig, with no signs of prior use or wear. NOT ex-library. Bookseller Inventory # 10592

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Title: Molly's Magic

Publisher: Marsh Media, Shawnee Mission, Kansas, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Illustrated by Itoko Maeno

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: Second Edition.

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Synopsis:

Molly is a clever pig. She can dance an Irish jig, balance a tin plate on her head, and catch a ball in midair.

But can Molly help rescue the O'Malley farm from its financial woes? That, thinks young Miles O'Malley, would take the talents of a magician.

Molly is no magician, but her great ideas for solving problems work like magic!This is the story of how Molly conjures carloads of tourists and sends them flocking to the rescue of the O'Malley family and their Seaside Tea Garden.

British-born author Penelope Paine has written this tale of creative thinking with humor and warmth. And Molly's story is wondrously illustrated by Itoko Maeno, who has created meticulously detailed glimpses into the rural life of western Ireland- from the cozy countryside of County Mayo.

This story of a problem-solving pig teaches us all that adversity may sometimes be overcome with a special kind of "magic."

About the Author:

From Twickenham, England, Penelope Colville Paine attended Goldsmith's College, University of London, where she received a B.A. in fine arts. Her first children's book, My Way Sally, co-authored with Mindy Bingham, received the Ben Franklin Award for best children's picture book for 1989. She is also the author of Time for Horatio. Penny Paine lives in Santa Barbara, California, with her husband John, five children and stepchildren -- Dan, Diane, John, Oliver, and Miles -- and their dog Dougal.

Itoko Maeno is the illustrator of more than two dozen children's books, including Papa Piccolo, Amazing Mallika, Molly's Magic, Plato's Journey, and Thank You, Meiling. Born in Tokyo, Japan, she received a B.A. in graphic design from Tama Art University. Since her arrival in the United States in 1982, Maeno has focused on watercolor illustration. This award-winning illustrator is the subject of Meet the Artist: Itoko Maeno, produced by Marsh Film Enterprises, Inc.

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