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Star Dancer Paperback – Unabridged, 4 May 2007
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Sometimes the most powerful magic is revealed in the least expected places . . .
About the Author
Beth Webb has always been fascinated by myths and legends. After graduating, she lived on a houseboat in Amsterdam and travelled around Europe for three years, then returned to England and worked as a journalist and broadcaster. After the birth of her four children, Beth pursued a career as a writer. She has also spent a great deal of time in schools, libraries and at festivals running creative-arts workshops and working as a performance storyteller. Beth is now a full-time writer. Her research takes her to ancient sites all over the country and she is an expert on British folklore. She lives in Somerset, a stone’s throw from Glastonbury Tor, and is currently working on FIRE DREAMER, the sequel to STAR DANCER.
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on 19 January 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
I'm a girl nine years old (my father is posting this review for me), and I loved this book. I can hardly wait for the next one (Fire Dreamer). I like this book because there is magic involved, I like the characters, and the main character (a girl) cares about what's inside people and not their outsides. I'd like to be more like her. There are some words in the book that I didn't understand right away (I'm in fourth grade), but I could still figure them out (not that hard, then). I really couldn't stop reading this book, which is good, because I read it all on a flight from Hong Kong to San Francisco. I am probably going to read it again.