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Practical magic

Two titles from Cary Fagan bear the author’s signature skill and whimsy


Little Blue Chair

Cary Fagan; Madeline Kloepper, ill.

Tundra Books, Ages 3-7

Wolfie and Fly

Cary Fagan; Zoe Si, ill.

Tundra Books, Ages 7-10

ALMOST EVERYTHING Cary Fagan writes for young people – from his Kaspar Snit books to his instalment of Mordecai Richler’s Jacob Two-Two series – is primed with a light coat of magic. Two of his latest books (out of five publishing this spring and summer) are no exception, bubbling and fizzing with classic Fagan whimsy, and featuring the work of promising debut illustrators from B.C.

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