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The wish stealers

Tracy Trivas

The wish stealers

by Tracy Trivas

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Published by Aladdin in New York .
Written in English


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Sixth-grader Griffin Penshine has always believed wishes can come true, and so when a strange woman curses her with a box of pennies, Griffin fears her evil desires will come true until she returns each penny to the person who first wished upon it.

Edition Notes

Ages 8-12.

Statementby Tracy Trivas
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.T7376 Wis 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination283 p. ;
Number of Pages283
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24408725M
ISBN 101416987258
ISBN 109781416987253
LC Control Number2009042742

Buy The Wish Stealers (Hardcover) at botanicusart.com Maybe it is because I'm a dreamer and have always loved making wishes that made this book so charming to me. The theme of doing something good for the world was a message that ran throughout. I loved the book and can't wait to recommend it /5(10). But when a sinister old woman tricks her into accepting a box of eleven shiny Indian Head pennies from , Griffin soon learns these are no ordinary pennies, but stolen wishes. This box of labeled pennies comes with a horrible curse: People in possession of the stolen coins are Wish Stealers, who will never have their wishes granted.

Wish Stealers was a good book. It was lighthearted even thought there was drama. It is an easy read if ever in need for a book report! See more. girlwithpearls, May 23, Written by a customer while visiting botanicusart.com 0 0. Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars, based on 0 reviews/5(10). The Wish Stealers by Tracy Trivas is the story of an old woman who gave a young girl a box of pennies she had stolen from a wishing well. The box came with a curse in verse which horrified Griffen, the girl, who loved to wish.

The Wish Stealers has 4 reviews and 2 ratings. Reviewer ip wrote: The BEST BOOK EVER.I LOVE TO READ,BUT I HAVE TO SAY THIS MIGHT BE THE BEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ AND I HAVE READ THOUSANDS OF BOOKS THAT I WAS REALLY INTERESTED IN THEM BUT THIS IS THE MOST VALUABLE. 5/5(2). The Wish Stealers | Griffin Penshine is always making wishes. But when an eccentric old woman named Mariah gives Griffin a box of shiny pennies, it sets in motion a desperate quest. The old woman was a wish stealer, who stole each penny from a wishing fountain decades botanicusart.com: Aladdin Paperbacks.


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But when an eccentric old woman named Mariah gives Griffin a box of shiny pennies/5(). The Wish Stealers by Tracy Trivas - Griffin Penshine is always making wishes. But when an eccentric old woman named Mariah gives Griffin a box of shiny pennies, Book Edition: Reprint. The Wish Stealers is her first book for children.

She lives in California with her family. Read an Excerpt. The Wish Stealers 1 Griffin Penshine had three freckles under her left eye that sometimes looked like stars. This was a good thing, as Griffin was always wishing.

She wished when a ladybug landed on a windowsill, she wished on dandelion /5. Sixth-grader Griffin Penshine is always making wishes. But when a sinister old woman tricks her into accepting a box of eleven shiny Indian Head pennies fromGriffin soon learns these are no ordinary pennies, but stolen botanicusart.com box of labeled pennies comes with a horrible curse: People in possession of the stolen coins are Wish Stealers, who will never have their wishes.

Oct 29,  · The Wish Stealers - Kindle edition by Tracy Trivas. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Wish Stealers/5(). Jan 26,  · She received her Masters Degree in English from Middlebury College.

She directed a Gifted and Talented program in a Los Angeles private school and has published gifted and talented workbooks as well as an adult non-fiction book, A Princess Found. The Wish Stealers is her first book for children.

She lives in California with her family.4/5(13). The Wish Stealers Tracy Trivas, Author. S&S/Aladdin $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. A Princess Found: An American Family, an.

Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. The Wish Stealers by Tracy Trivas 1, ratings The Wish Stealers Quotes Showing of 1 “No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars or sailed an uncharted land, or opened a. The Wish Stealers is her first book for children.

She lives in California with her family. Synopsis. When a sinister old woman leaves Griffin Penshine a box of twelve shiny pennies, she sets in motion a desperate quest—because the old woman was a wish stealer, and each penny represents a wish she stole from a wishing fountain decades earlier Author: Tracy Trivas.

Suddenly the two ideas clicked and that began the story of The Wish Stealers. What You Write: I wrote The Wish Stealers, a middle grade page novel published by Simon & Schuster. The book was just nominated by the states of AZ, CA, and FL for state awards.

Somehow, Griffin has to make things right, or the opposite of her own wishes will come trueand it could literally be a matter of life and death.

The Wish Stealers introduces a new voice in middle-grade fantasy, as bright and sparkling as Griffin's pennies. Author: Trivas, Tracy.

The Wish Stealers by Tracy Trivas Book Resume: When a sinister old woman leaves Griffin Penshine a box of twelve shiny pennies, she sets in motion a desperate quest—because the old woman was a wish stealer, and each penny represents a wish she stole from a wishing fountain decades earlier.

Somehow, Griffin has to make things right, or the. THE WISH STEALERS (PAPERBACK) SIMON SCHUSTER, United States, Paperback. Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book. GriBin Penshine is always making wishes.

But when an eccentric old woman named Mariah gives GriBin a box of shiny pennies, it sets in motion a desperate quest. The old woman was a wish stealer, who. An upbeat Kansas girl finesses her own destiny when a bizarre curse turns her life into a nightmare. Sixth-grader Griffin Penshine "was always wishing" until a malevolent crone named Mariah tricks her into accepting 11 shiny pennies labeled with wishes stolen from a fountain decades earlier.

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I felt like I had to continue reading almost all of the time. The beginning of the book was confusing at first. The father I got into the book the more the beginning made sense. The end of the book I thought that it was good because everything that had happened Ratings: 4.

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It. The Wish Stealers (Book): Trivas, Tracy: Sixth-grader Griffin Penshine has always believed wishes can come true, and so when a strange woman curses her with a box of pennies, Griffin fears her evil desires will come true until she returns each penny to the person who first wished upon it.

Griffin Penshine is and eleven-year-old sixth grader living in Dadesville, Kansas. She exceptes 11 Indian head pennies from in a box from Mariah Weatherby botanicusart.com turns out Mariah is a wish stealer and all of the pennies are stolen wishes.

Now she must return the wishes to the people from which they were stolen or people on the same journey. She received her Masters Degree in English from Middlebury College.

She directed a Gifted and Talented program in a Los Angeles private school and has published gifted and talented workbooks as well as an adult non-fiction book, A Princess Found.

The Wish Stealers is her first book for children. She lives in California with her family.Jul 20,  · Book Trailers For Readers presents author Tracy Trivas' SSYRA award winning novel The Wish Stealers.

Teaser by M. Harclerode See more book trailers at http:/.Mar 08,  · The late elementary/early middle schoolers that are the target audience for this book might miss that, but the subconscious implications are clear and make this a great tale to share with parent and child.

Several elements of THE WISH STEALERS unfortunately didn’t quite ring true for me. Nearly all of the school scenes—hateful teachers.