ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Once, when Pam Stucky was quite young, she went to the library looking
for books on magic. The librarian directed her to a different kind of
books than those she was used to. She was used to books with pictures,
or at the very least with a drawing at the beginning of each chapter.
(She was very, very young.) These books about magic had a lot of
words, and were written in a very small font, compared to what she was
used to. She was skeptical.
Nonetheless, she took the books home and started reading. Until, with
disgust, she realized these books weren’t about *magic*; they were
about magic *tricks*. She had wanted to do real magic. Disillusioned,
she returned the books to the library.
Then one day, she realized it is books themselves that are magic.
In books, everything is possible.
Pam is a native of the Seattle area and writes in multiple genres,
including mysteries, middle grade/young adult sci-fi adventure,
travelogues, and more. Find out more about Pam at www.pamstucky.com.
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