"Still, the fact that he's not responsible for the gold dust that falls mysteriously from his letters hints that there was some magic—an intriguing possibility for readers who anticipate the next appearance of these lively and likable friends. (Fiction. 8-10)"
Proclaimed as Investigators of the Unknown: Book One, this accessible offering combines earmarks of a popular series—three neatly individualized girls in a lightly mysterious adventure in which magic may be involved—with Lisle's own delicate wit, care for language, and interest in the connections between painful reality and fantasy with the power to heal.
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