If Wishes Were Horses

If Wishes Were Horses

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Baker & Taylor
Relates the story of a magician, healer, and mother who fulfills her family's dreams in the midst of war

Blackwell North Amer
Known far and wide for her healing touch, Lady Talarrie Eircelly offers sanctuary for villagers with every manner of ailment - from the heart to the head. But she finds her true mettle tested when her husband is sent into battle, leaving a houseful of children behind - and no cure for their father's absence.
With her husband away, Lady Eircelly watches her two oldest, Tracell and Tirza, approach their sixteenth birthdays. While Tirza will receive the gift of a special crystal, even Lady Eircelly cannot give Tracell what he wants and needs most - a new horse. Though Lady Eircelly's magic has its limits, her heart has no bounds. And in the waning months of the twins' childhood, she gives them two unforgettable gifts: the power to find hope in hardship, and the faith to trust in love, the greatest magic of all...

Baker
& Taylor

The third in the popular author's series of illustrated gift books, following An Exchange of Gifts, relates the story of a lady magician, healer, and mother who fulfills her family's dreams in the midst of war.

Publisher: New York : ROC, 1998
ISBN: 9780451456427
0451456424
Branch Call Number: Fiction McC
Characteristics: 85 p. ; 17 cm

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