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The Enchanted Bridge: Dragons in a Bag, Book 4

By Mary Eisenhart, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Poignant partings, happy reunions in exciting volume.

Book cover-The Enchanted Bridge, with young Black boy and golden phoenix

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Giant spiders, toothy piranhas, and farting baboons are just some of the surprises awaiting Jax and his pals in the world of magic, in Zetta Elliott's fourth volume in this exciting series. As the kids cross The Enchanted Bridge in their quest to rescue Jax's grandfather and reunite with friends from earlier installments, there's a lot of peril, and also a lot of heart brought to life in Cherise Harris' plentiful black-and-white illustrations. As a cosmic battle looms and the kids learn to use their emerging magical powers, there are relatably comic moments. Also poignant contemplation of life's changes, and the bonds of love and friendship that keep us connected.

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