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Kathryn Troeschel Have you read The Wishing Spell ? I didn't see it in your reviews but it's a fun fairytale that I found both funny and action packed. I picked it up after I heard that it was written by the actor who plays Kurt on "Glee" and I was surprised by how much I enjoyed listening to it with my kids on audiobook.


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