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|Genre/Form:||Young adult fiction
|Material Type:||Elementary and junior high school, Fiction, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|ISBN:||9780545052641 0545052645 9780545052658 0545052653|
|Notes:||"This work was originally published as an audio book by Full Cast Audio in 2007"--Title page verso.|
|Description:||312 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Lost at sea --
We meet our guides --
The mountain is a restless sleeper --
The inn at Moharrin --
Sead water --
I fuss with Fusspot --
Flaire and Carnelian --
How to get our of trouble --
telling the Council --
Helping out --
The quartz trap --
Oswin's kids --
Mage stuff --
Stone clothes --
Lovo thunders --
The sea --
Out of the ashes.
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Young Mage and a Desperate Situation
Pierce, Tamora ~ Melting Stones ~ Scholastic, 2008 ~ 312 pages ~ older children, teens, some adults.
"'Hey kid -- stop hanging off that rail!' A sailor, one of the women, was yelling at me. 'We've only told you a dozen times! If you fall overboard, we'll not turn...
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Learning to trust again
Melting Stones is a continuation of the "Circle" series--the Circle of Magic quartet and the Circle Opens quartet. This one tells the story of Evvy, a 14-year-old mage-in-training whom we first met in the Circle Opens quartet as a stone mage discovered by Briar. ...
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