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The Lost Girl

Fortune Tellers Club

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The Lost Girl by Dotti Enderle
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Twelve-year-old Juniper and her friends Anne and Gena call themselves the Fortune Tellers Club. For the past two years they've helped each other using Ouija boards, tarot cards, crystals, and other forms of divination. When Gena misplaces her retainer, she turns to her friends for help. After several dead-end clues using the Ouija board, Juniper (the truly psychic member of the club) tries crystal gazing using a bowl of water. But instead of locating the retainer, she sees the gaunt face of a young girl. The image is that of a missing child, nine-year-old Laurie Simmons. Now, the Fortune Tellers Club will stop at nothing, natural or supernatural, to find her. *A middle-grade novel (ages 8-12) about a trio of twelve-year-old girls who use divination techniques to find a missing child *Centers on practical fortune telling to solve a mystery *Introduces new forms of divination to an age group particularly interested in fortune telling

Author Biography

Dotti Enderle is the author of the childrens mystery series, Fortune Tellers Club, and the educational series, Storytime Discoveries. She began her publishing career in 1995, writing for popular childrens magazines. Her work has been included in Babybug, Ladybug, Childrens Playmate, Nature Friend, Turtle and many more. As a professional storyteller, Dotti has entertained at numerous schools, libraries, museums and festivals since 1993. She takes pride in her vast collection of original stories and folktales, and specializes in participation stories, allowing the audience to join in the fun. Dotti is a member of The Society of Childrens Book Writers & Illustrator and the Texas Reading Association. A native Texan, Dotti lived throughout Texas as a small child, but Houston has been her home since the age of eight. She lives with her husband, two teenage daughters, and a lazy cat named Oliver.
Release date NZ
July 14th, 2002
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Llewellyn Publications,U.S.
Pages
144
Dimensions
134x184x10
ISBN-13
9780738702537
Product ID
2058574

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