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The Magic of Finkleton

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 444 Ratings and 216 Reviews

Book Description
Most folks say, "Mother Nature controls the rain". However this is not the case in the village of Finkleton. In the perfect little village of Finkleton, the weather is always perfect. Every farm grows the best, biggest, healthiest crops in the entire world, and everyone is happy. Soon after the Finkles inherit their Uncle Harry's shop and move to Finkleton, they discover magical secrets hidden i... More
Book Information
BindingPaperback (3 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages190
Publication Date04/26/2011
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About K. C. Hilton (Author) : K. C. Hilton is a published author of children's books. A published credit of K. C. Hilton is The Magic of Finkleton. Born and raised in Aurora, Illinois I spent my childhood playing street games wit... more
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4/3/2014 Kira Moody said:
When the Finkles’ house burns down and their Uncle Harry dies, it seems fat is driving them to move to Finkleton. Ever since their Uncle’s death, however, weather has been acting abnormally weird for Finkleton. The three siblings, Jack, Robert, and Lizzy, discover that Finkleton has an some kind... more

tags: I read, fantasy, mystery, magic

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8/4/2012 Betty Gelean said:
Returned me to the magic of childhood! This book, though written for children, can encompass all ages in the way of fairy tales of yore. A magical time when things are not what they seem. Well-written to keep anticipation coming, and flows with mystery and curiosity. An old shopkeeper dies and th... more

tags: I read, , 1st in series, tale, fiction, mystery, YA, childrens book, magic, magical, weather, children

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6/13/2011 KC Hilton tagged as: I wrote, fun, mystery, 9-12, adventure, magic

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5/26/2011 Debbie - onyx95 said:
Their house burning down left few choices for the Finkle family. Taking over their recently deceased Uncle Harry’s general store in Finkleton was their only option. Arriving in the small England village after hearing father’s stories of Uncle Harry and his store, each of the three children wer... more

tags: 2011, review-the-book, I read

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5/14/2011 Billy Burgess said:
After their house is mysteriously burnt, the Finkles learn that their Uncle Harry had died the exact same night, and he left all his belongings to them, including his general store. The Finkles pack up what didn’t burn in the fire and move to Finkleton to start a new life. The three children are J... more

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