Flight of the Genie (The Secrets of Droon #21)

Flight of the Genie (The Secrets of Droon #21)

Tony Abbott

Language: English

Pages: 131

ISBN: B016L3BCBA

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Hailed as the perfect series for kids not quite ready for Harry Potter, the bestselling SECRETS OF DROON series is enchanting young readers everywhere!

The city of Ut is a city of secrets. Mysteriously, it only appears once every one hundred years. And to enter, you need the key, which is kept in the magical bottle of Ut. Eric, Keeah, and the others need to get inside the city to help a friend. The good genie, Hoja, is being held prisoner there, and he needs rescuing! They have discovered the secret of the magic bottle, and so they know they can get inside the city walls. But what they don't know is that Ut holds other secrets. Dark, dangerous secrets. Secrets that involve a certain sorcerer named Sparr...

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that all the time!” The tall grass and rolling dunes of the immense Saladian Plains spread before them as the Dragonfly flew lower. “Get ready, everyone,” said Keeah, sliding into the pilot’s seat. “We’re going down there.” The princess pulled on the wheel, and the plane slowed and thudded down, sending waves of sand high up behind it. Flapping its wings one last time, the small craft came to a stop. “We must set the bottle in the center of the great dune,” said Max, holding it carefully.

that all the time!” The tall grass and rolling dunes of the immense Saladian Plains spread before them as the Dragonfly flew lower. “Get ready, everyone,” said Keeah, sliding into the pilot’s seat. “We’re going down there.” The princess pulled on the wheel, and the plane slowed and thudded down, sending waves of sand high up behind it. Flapping its wings one last time, the small craft came to a stop. “We must set the bottle in the center of the great dune,” said Max, holding it carefully.

ability to fly! Tweee! A robin flitted across Neal’s roof and vanished into the branches of a tree, chirping its early morning song. “Right,” said Eric. “The reason I’m here. Get ready, Neal. Here comes your wake-up call!” He braced himself outside the window. Seeing that it was unlocked, he carefully slid his hands under the sash and pulled. Fooom! The window flew up suddenly. Eric jerked backward. He grabbed for the sash, missed, slipped on the shingles, and fell. Right off the roof.

belt hanging with golden pouches. “Strange stuff,” whispered Neal. “And magical,” said Keeah. “All magical.” “My master would love it,” said Max quietly. “He would know what everything means.” Eric wished he knew. Looking at all those magical objects, he felt as if he wanted to try them all. “The magical urns of Parthnoop!” whispered Hoja. He pointed at several large pots standing together. Some were brown, some blue, some green. But all of them were decorated with circles and spirals and

jumped out of bed, and stood wobbling on the floor. He was completely dressed. “What? Who’s there? Huh?” “Neal, wake up. It’s us,” said Eric. Sleepily, Neal blinked, finally recognizing his friends. “Oh, man, I dreamed I was playing basketball with a globe of Droon when a bell rang. I thought it meant breakfast was ready.” “We all dreamed of Droon,” said Julie. “But, Neal, I have to ask, why do you sleep in your clothes?” He glanced at his T-shirt and jeans. “So I can get to breakfast faster,

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