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THE MAGIC WAND

magic light of fairyland, or change the little opening amid the trees into a fairy stage. In this mysterious light Aladdin and the King of the Golden River and the Pied Piper of Hamelin will come for your delight. And Prospero will come back, and with him the youthful lovers, and many, many more people who live in your imagination, and you will find the joy of knowing, through the power of our Magic Wand, that the place which we inhabit is not just a town, or a farm, or a city street, but a mysterious island where magic lies about us and where joy waits.

Here is a bird's-eye view of what you will find in this book by the use of the Magic Wand of Reading. First of all, you will notice that there are three main divisions, or parts; khat each Part is introduced by a full-page picture and by a little quotation that expresses the main idea of this group of stories and poems; and that each Part has an introduction, called "A Forward Look" and a review, called "A Backward Look." These views and reviews will help you to see how each selection joins with others in teamwork to bring out the big idea of the group.
You will notice, too, that Part I has to do with the World of Nature, and with Home and Country. You will learn of bighorn sheep, huge elephants, and graceful deer; the cardinal bird will preach for you his sermon on cheerfulness, and the bluebird will sing his earliest spring lyric; the dandelions, apple blossoms, and wayside flowers, whose task is "to better the world with beauty," will add to your pleasure in life. With this world of animals and birds and flowers and seasons and sky and water as a place in which to live, your book next brings to you stories and poems that will help you to enter into the joy that home and its festivals can give, and into the joy of that larger home that we call the homeland. This is a joy that comes, not from the possession of great riches, but from service-doing faithfully our duty to others. Faithfulness to the duties we owe to others means being a worthy home-member and a good citizen.
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