The Magic Meadow As five crippled children play games of imagining themselves in another beautiful world one of the boys finds he can help the rest of them escape to a strange new place

  • Title: The Magic Meadow
  • Author: Alexander Key
  • ISBN: 9780664325619
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • As five crippled children play games of imagining themselves in another beautiful world, one of the boys finds he can help the rest of them escape to a strange new place.

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      Published :2019-09-13T12:48:56+00:00

    About “Alexander Key

    1. Alexander Key says:

      An American science fiction writer, most of whose books were aimed at a juvenile audience He became a nationally known illustrator before he became an author After he began writing novels for young people, he moved his family to the North Carolina mountains, and most of his books include that wild and rugged landscape.His novel Escape to Witch Mountain was made into a popular film in 1975 and again in 1995 His novel The Incredible Tide became a popular anime series, Future Boy Conan.He is known for his portrayals of alien but human like people who have psychic powers and a close communion with nature, and who can speak with animals In The Strange White Doves, he professed his belief that animals are conscious and aware, and have subtle ways of communicating, perhaps via telepathy.The protagonists of Key s books are often ostracized, feared, or persecuted due to their abilities or alien origin, and Key uses this as a clear metaphor for racism and other prejudice In several of the books most notably The Case of the Vanishing Boy, Key portrays some sort of communal withdrawing from society with a group of like minded individuals.



    2 thoughts on “The Magic Meadow

    1. This is my all time favorite book from when I was a child. It is now out of print and I spent a small fortune to get a copy so I could share this with my young child.

    2. What a disappointment!! I mean, huge letdown. This book started out so promisingly, even though it is strongly resonant of a much-older story about a nurse who looks after children on the "incurable ward" in a hospital (Ruth Sawyer's The Primrose Ring)but it all came to nothing. I began to wonder if part of the book was missing!! It's all build-up for a crisis point that never comes--the story is cut off when the "real action" might be going to happen; the encounter with people in this mysteriou [...]

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