Mossby's Magic Carpet Handbook: A Flyer's Guide to Mossby's Model D3 Extra-Small Magic Carpet (Especially for Young or Vertically Challenged People)

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Innovation Press
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9.4 X 11.1 X 0.9 inches | 2.1 pounds

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About the Author

Having grown up in rainy Seattle, ILONA BRAY knows the importance of entering a world of imagination through books. Her real-world adventures have taken her around the globe: studying philosophy at a small women's college in Pennsylvania, canning salmon in Alaska, representing immigrants and refugees in San Francisco (yes, she's a lawyer, too), and traveling to far-flung destinations like Turkey, Guatemala, China, and Lithuania. She now focuses on writing books for both adults and children--and, of course, on working her way up from the position of assistant magicalist at Mossby's Magical Objects Ltd.

ALEJANDRO LEE holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts from the Art Center College of Design. He has over 8 years of experience in creating pre-production storyboards and concept art for Hollywood area clients. He was a nominee for the 2015 Russ Manning Award for new graphic novelists. Mossby's Magic Carpet Handbook is the first children's book he's illustrated.


"A savvy instruction manual for new magic-carpet owners...required reading for flights that will be as safe as they are exhilarating."--Kirkus Reviews
"What makes this book stand out is that not only is there the fun magical premise of how exactly to operate a magic carpet (with practical advice on bathroom issue and such), but the carpet flying is also a cool framework for expository nonfiction. There's fascinating information about flying, useful information about map reading, interesting tidbits about strange foods of the world and animals you might encounter, presented in a very kid-friendly way. (I learned a few things I didn't know, which is always nice for me)."--Charlotte's Library