Browse all books

Books with title The Wizard's Wand

  • The Wizard's Wand

    Geronimo Stilton

    Hardcover (Scholastic Paperbacks, Aug. 30, 2016)
    I, Geronimo Stilton, was called to the Kingdom of Fantasy for the ninth time! Blossom, Queen of the Fairies, had disappeared, along with three powerful magical objects: The Book of a Thousand Spells, the Crystal Sphere, and the Whispering Wand. If those objects ended up in the wrong hands, they could destroy the whole realm!Accompanied by new, magical friends, I had to cross horrifying kingdoms full of spiders and snakes before facing a terrible evil wizard. Squeak! Could I make it in time to save Blossom -- and the entire Kingdom of Fantasy?
    S
  • The Wizard's Ward

    Deborah Hale

    language (, Nov. 1, 2018)
    The once-peaceful land of Embria now suffers under the occupation of cruel conquerors. Enchantress Maura Woodbury has spent her young life trying to avoid their notice at all costs. Until her wizard guardian reveals that she has been chosen to seek and waken a legendary warrior who is destined to free their people. First she must procure an ancient map which will reveal The Waiting King’s resting place. Since Maura’s journey will lead her into dangerous territory, she is forced to accept a magic-wary outlaw as her escort. But can she trust a man like Rath Talward…or will he prove an even greater threat to her quest?“In her first crossover foray into fantasy, romance writer Hale (Beauty and the Baron) nicely blends the two genres in an upbeat, feel-good story.” - Publisher’s Weekly“Although Hale is renowned for her works of historical romance, she has succeeded in writing a very readable high fantasy with powerful romantic undercurrents. Fast-paced and emotionally riveting, The Wizard's Ward will appeal not only to Hale's throngs of romance followers but also to fans of Patricia A. McKillip's and Juliet Marillier's folklore-powered fantasy novels.” - Paul Goat Allen, Barnes and Noble “The Wizard’s Ward is an engaging tale, not to be missed, especially by anyone who’s previously enjoyed Ms. Hale’s superior writing." - The Old Book Barn Gazette “Fans of Deborah Hale are sure to enjoy The Wizard’s Ward, and I have no doubt that lovers of fantasy romance will eagerly accept Ms. Hale into their fold!” - Courtney Bowden, Romance Reviews TodayQueen's Quest Trilogy:Book 1 - The Wizard's WardBook 2 - The Waiting KingBook 3 - The Destined QueenBook 4 - The Fugitive's Fate (Prequel Novella)These books contain no graphic violence or physical intimacy. They are suitable for teens as well as more mature readers.Within days of hearing that her publisher was planning to launch a new fantasy imprint, Deborah Hale called her editor and submitted a proposal. Fantasy novels by J.R. R. Tolkein, Ursula LeGuin and Lloyd Alexander had first inspired her to become a writer. Deborah was delighted to be offered a contract for two connected books and thrilled to be the first Harlequin author to write for the Luna imprint! Recently Deborah regained the publishing rights to those books and has revised the stories into a trilogy that she hopes will appeal to an even wider audience.
  • The Wizard's Wand

    Geronimo Stilton

    eBook (Scholastic Paperbacks, Aug. 30, 2016)
    I, Geronimo Stilton, was called to the Kingdom of Fantasy for the ninth time! Blossom, Queen of the Fairies, had disappeared, along with three powerful magical objects: The Book of a Thousand Spells, the Crystal Sphere, and the Whispering Wand. If those objects ended up in the wrong hands, they could destroy the whole realm! Accompanied by new, magical friends, I had to cross horrifying kingdoms full of spiders and snakes before facing a terrible evil wizard. Squeak! Could I make it in time to save Blossom -- and the entire Kingdom of Fantasy?
    S
  • The Wizard

    Henry Rider Haggard

    eBook
    This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
  • The Wizard's War

    Eric Luper

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Jan. 31, 2017)
    Getting lost in a good book has never been this dangerous!Cleo and Evan have a secret. A collection of books so dangerous they are locked up tight. A friend has vanished inside the pages of one of them. It's up to them to find the key that will set her free.A MAGICAL KINGDOM AT WAR!The quest is clear. To save the kingdom, Cleo and Evan must battle clever elves, horrible trolls, and the mighty Golden Dragon. Magic will help them win the war--and find the right key. But it will take more than swords and spells to survive this epic fantasy!
    O
  • The Wizard's War

    Eric Luper

    eBook (Scholastic Paperbacks, Jan. 31, 2017)
    Cleo and Evan have a secret. A collection of books so dangerous they are locked up tight. A friend has vanished inside the pages of one of them. It's up to them to find the key that will set her free.A MAGICAL KINGDOM AT WAR!The quest is clear. To save the kingdom, Cleo and Evan must battle clever elves, horrible trolls, and the mighty Golden Dragon. Magic will help them win the war--and find the right key. But it will take more than swords and spells to survive this epic fantasy!
    O
  • The Wizard's Dog

    Eric Kahn Gale, Graham Halstead, Listening Library

    Audible Audiobook (Listening Library, Jan. 17, 2017)
    For fans of The Hero's Guide to Saving Your Kingdom comes an offbeat, comedic spin on the Excalibur legend told from the point of view of a talking dog who wants to be a magician! Meet Nosewise. He's spunky. He's curious. And he's a dog who can't understand why his packmates Merlin and Morgana spend all day practicing magic tricks. If it's a trick they want, he's the dog to ask! He can already Sit!, Stay!, and Roll Over! But there's no way Nosewise is Stay!ing when his master and best friend, Merlin, is kidnapped. There's nothing Nosewise won't do to get Merlin back, even if it means facing the strange Fae people and their magic-eating worms or tangling with the mysterious Sword in the Stone. But it may take more than sniffing out a spell to do it! Nosewise's hilarious escapades and steadfast loyalty get him and his companions through King Arthur's Dark Ages.
  • The Wand Chooses the Wizard

    Christina Pulles, Karen Viola

    Hardcover (Scholastic Inc., Aug. 28, 2018)
    Wands at the ready! Whether you’re a Hufflepuff or a Slytherin, from an old wizarding family or new to the wizarding world, your magical journey usually begins at Ollivanders wand shop. In this spellbinding hardcover book, Harry Potter film fans of all ages can explore Ollivanders and learn what makes a wand. Then take a wand for a spin as you discover the most magical moments from the Harry Potter films in this incredible book! The wand included activates seven different spell sounds. Simply perform the proper wand motion, hold the wand over the spell you wish to use, and tap the button. It’s just like magic!
    O
  • The Wizard's Heir

    Devri Walls

    Paperback (Superstorm Productions, Oct. 23, 2015)
    Tybolt’s a Deviant, a hated race immune to direct magic in a world where Wizards ensure survival. But when he loses his entire family to a spell-made storm he joins an elite group of Wizard hunters, organized beneath the new non-magic wielding king. Now eighteen, he spends his days capturing Wizards. But the nights are his, reserved to feed the starving villagers of Eriroc under cover of dark. There’s always more people in need than he can help, and one of these days he’s going to hang for theft from the royal kitchens. Although Tybolt and his fierce partner, Auriela, have imprisoned many Wizards, the one partially responsible for the storm that killed Tybolt’s family is still out there: Alistair. When an old informant claims to have information regarding their elusive prey, everything changes. In a cruel twist, Tybolt realizes he isn't who he thought he was at all. How can he save himself, the people, and those he loves while keeping his secrets safe? Can he hide his true nature and allow the corrupt king to remain on the throne? Or will he have to unveil himself and risk possible execution to save them all?
  • The Wizard's Ward

    Deborah Hale

    (Luna, March 25, 2004)
    The Wizard's Ward by Deborah Hale released on Mar 25, 2004 is available now for purchase.
  • The Wizard's Dog

    Eric Kahn Gale

    Hardcover (Crown Books for Young Readers, Jan. 17, 2017)
    “A magical story full of humor and heart.” —Katherine Applegate, Newbery-winning author of The One and Only Ivan For fans of The Hero’s Guide to Saving Your Kingdom comes an offbeat, comedic spin on the Excalibur legend told from the point of view of a talking dog who wants to be a magician! Meet Nosewise. He’s spunky. He’s curious. And he’s a dog who can’t understand why his pack mates Merlin and Morgana spend all day practicing magic tricks. If it’s a trick they want, he’s the dog to ask! He can already Sit!, Stay!, and Roll Over! But there’s no way Nosewise is Stay!ing when his master and best friend, Merlin, is kidnapped. There’s nothing Nosewise won’t do to get Merlin back, even if it means facing the strange Fae people and their magic-eating worms, or tangling with the mysterious Sword in the Stone. But it may take more than sniffing out a spell to do it! Nosewise’s hilarious escapades and steadfast loyalty get him and his companions through King Arthur’s Dark Ages."An entertaining adventure full of humor and magic" –Booklist "A delightful magical fantasy, perfect for fans of fairy tales, legends, and dogs.” –School Library Journal"An ingenious and entirely credible (at least dog lovers will agree with this) twist on the familiar tale.” –Kirkus Reviews "Nosewise is one of the silliest narrators around." —The Bulletin
    S
  • The Wizard's Wand

    Harold Avery

    eBook (Blackthorn Press, July 15, 2010)
    Harold Avery was born in 1869. His life reads like one of his own adventure stories. He was shipwrecked off the coast of Malaysia at the age of ten on his way to Australia with his parents who were drowned. Avery was brought up by the natives who, after three years put him on a Dutch boat bound back to England. He was brought up by an aunt who sent him to Eton and then settled with him in Edinburgh. Avery took a job in the city’s Water Department and in 1894 wrote his first book The Orderly Officer. In the next 45 years he wrote over fifty more books, mainly school stories and adventure stories. In 1941 he left Scotland to travel round the world and the last that was heard from him was a postcard sent to his aunt from Rio de Janeiro in 1943. This book, The Wizard’s Wand, was written in 1908 and is tantalizingly dedicated to ‘William Avery with his father’s love’, although Harold supposedly never married. It is chosen from his large output as being a typical school story but, it can be argued, it is the precursor of work by Enid Blyton and J K Rowling, dealing with school life, five children who go on an adventure and a mystical wizard who ends the story not with a wave of a wand but with kindness and consideration.