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  • Writers Inspiring Change feature review: Magic Islands: Chaos in the Cosmos

    Magical and amusing read The Cosmos, Magic Islands by Irene Edwards is another delightful adventure involving magic for people of all ages who enjoy being entertained by imaginary characters with silly names.

  • Writers Inspiring Change feature review: A Spooky Wish: Magic Islands

    A fun read for all ages A Spooky Wish, Magic Islands by Irene Edwards. It is filled with wizards, witches and magical beings. They have humorous names to make you smile. An adventure into a magical place and characters, fun read.

  • Writers Inspiring Change Feature Books: Magic Islands series for young readers

    Trevor is not known for being serious. In fact, he is best known for the tall tales he spins. He is new in Wales, living with his grandparents, and making friends has been easy. His personality is one that lends itself to laughter, jokes, and many a light-hearted moment between friends. When Trevor and his pals are exploring the beach one day, something happens that changes all of their lives, and Trevor’s love of a good joke is getting in the way of his ability to communicate with the adults around him. When no one believes what you say, how do you tell them your friends disappeared before your very eyes? The wizards and witches in Edwards’s work transport readers to a fabulously designed land of spells, castles, and absurdly fantastic beings. Page after page, the dragons and monsters continue to keep the story new and refreshing. Combined with the witty exchanges between characters, the wide array of character types makes this an all-around fantastic read for young readers. Book 1 - A Spooky Wish Book 2 - Chaos In The Cosmos Book 3 - The Land Of Now And Then. About Irene Edwards Irene Edwards is a retired teacher who now writes fantasy fiction for children. As an educator, she taught Primary level in many parts of the UK; London, Essex, Coventry, Midlands, Cardiff, Port Talbot, Swansea and Carmarthenshire. She then qualified as a Teacher of the Deaf at The Lady Spencer Churchill College, Oxford, working at first within unit settings and later moving to peripatetic, for schools and clinics. Knowing how important literature and language was to the structure of speech and language development, on retirement she began to research into the imaginary minds of children and their world of literature and writing.

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    of Travel as Transformation Barbara Roman Author of Whatever Became of Sin Irene Edwards Author of Magic of Travel as Transformation Barbara Roman Author of Whatever Became of Sin Irene Edwards Author of Magic

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