The Secret Pencil

  • Title: The Secret Pencil
  • Author: Patricia Ward Nicole Hornby
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Secret Pencil The silver pencil Ann finds on the beach writes secret messages that lead to adventure Originally published in the UK as The Silver Pencil
    The silver pencil Ann finds on the beach writes secret messages that lead to adventure Originally published in the UK as The Silver Pencil.

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    1. For a long time I tried to remember this book and kept ending up with The Silver Pencil by Alice Dalgliesh, which seems quite dull in contrast and which I knew was not the right book. I was so pleased to find this one again.This book is about 9 year old Anna, spending the summer holidays in Wales with her beloved Uncle Robert. When her older brothers go off without her, she goes down to the beach and finds a mysterious silver pencil. Enjoying her secret find, she later sits down and is about to [...]

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    2. This book was written in 1959 and concerns a magic pencil. Anna finds a silver pencil in a cave that writes messages to her secretly. The reader early on figures that the pencil is linked to another generation and keeps reading to learn the outcome. The pencil does just what it is meant to do- give a little girl some confidence and a little boy friendship. Some elements of this children's book that I love is that it takes place in Wales, has some magical elements, and includes some imaginative c [...]

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    3. Another book that I remember absolutely loving as a kid. I think the mystery and intrigue fascinated a kid who was hungry for adventure.

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    4. About a pencil that was magic. Very good and think kids probably like.

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    5. Another childhood favorite.

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