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( e must move quickly,” the fairy cries, “it is nearly midnight and the winds will chime, we must open the box!” The fairy flies over the pirates head, catching his attention above his one eye. ... winds blew strong. The wizard waits.
Author: Francesca Mattei
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A tale of three small chidren telling a bedtime story. Each child creates a character, a special power, and a weakness to overcome. The children create an adventure in their thoughts and minds, in search of a heart that they believe once returned to the owner, it will grant them a wish.
WIND , v . a . 1. to turn round , to twist , to writhe , move circuitously ; G. and Swed . winda ; S. windan ; T. and B. winden ... a ninny ; an ironical expression , formerly written wise segger , a wise seer , a magician .
... sarcastic , smart Win'ner , s . one who wins , one who gains Wive , v . to marry , to take a wife Win'ning , a . attractive --- s . the sum won Wives , s . plural of wife Win'now , v . to fan , to sift , to examine Wizard , s . a ...
Wince , v . n . to shrink or start back as from Wire'draw - ing , n . the art of drawing metal Win'cer , n . one that winces or ... pp . wist ] to think ; to sup* Wind , [ wind , or wind , s . W. J. E. F. Ja . Wīşlard , n . See Wizard .
WÍND , 1. Air in motion : -breath . WITCH'CRÀFT , n . The practice of witches WIND , V. d . [ imp . t . & pp . winded . ] ... WIZARD , a . Enchanting ; haunted by wizards . WİN'NÕw ( win'no ) , v . a . To fan : -to separate .