By Janet Taylor Lisle
Will Hillary discover the key of the elf village in Sara-Kate's backyard?
No fourth grader trusts Sara-Kate Connolly. Her boots are soiled, her outfits are bizarre, and she's so maladjusted that the college needed to carry her again a grade. yet Hillary is her next-door neighbor, and can't say no whilst the weird loner invitations her over to play. In Sara-Kate's overgrown yard, Hillary will locate facts of an international of magic--the type which could merely blossom among precise acquaintances. one of the rusted motor vehicle components and wild vegetation, a miniature village has sprung up. It has tiny homes made up of string, sticks, and maple leaves; a good with a bottlecap for a bucket; or even a bit playground with a Popsicle-stick Ferris wheel. yet there's totally no signal of who outfitted this miniature global. To Sara-Kate, the answer's clear--only elves can be answerable for anything so enchanted. As she and Hillary wait for their elusive new neighbors, they examine that fellowship, like magic, springs up the place you least anticipate it.
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Afternoon of the Elves by Janet Taylor Lisle