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Title:
The wizard's scepter
Author:
Koller, Jackie French.
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Edition:
First Aladdin Paperbacks edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Aladdin Paperbacks, [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
164 pages ; 20 cm.
Summary:
Princess Arenelle just turned eleven, the age of Magic. She must team up with her twin brother, Owen to defend the Scepter. But Owen is her archcompetitor for the title of Imperial Wizard.
General Note:
Sequel to: The wizard's apprentice.
Language:
English
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR MG 4.4 5.0 75667.
ISBN:
9780689855931
Format :
Book

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FACING THE GREATEST DANGER OF ALL!
Princess Arenelle, just turned eleven, the age of Magic, has overcome so much in her quest to be the next Imperial Wizard. Now, as the current Wizard grows weaker and the evil Lord Graieconn grows stronger, she must summon all her reserves of intelligence and courage to outwit the vile creatures and twisted Folk who do the bidding of the Dark Lord. They rise up now, legions of them, from the caverns of Darkearth. Driving the forces of Eldearth before them, they seek to capture and extinguish the Scepter of Light, which protects Eldearth from the supreme evil -- Graieconn himself. Nell cannot stop them alone.
Only by teaming with her twin brother, Owen, can Nell hope to defend the Scepter. But Owen is her archcompetitor for the title of Imperial Wizard! Can Nell and Owen put aside their differences and find a way to work together as the ultimate battle looms? Even then, can Eldearth be saved?


Author Notes

Jackie French Koller is a prolific children's author.

Jackie's first book, Impy for Always, was published in 1989. She's gone on to write over 30 other books including The Keepers and Dragonling Series.

Koller's books have received numerous awards and accolades - among them ALA Notable Book and IRA Teachers' Choice.

Jackie lives in Western Massachusetts with her husband and when she's not writing she enjoys painting, reading, hiking, making gingerbread houses, and playing with her grandchildren.

(Bowker Author Biography)