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Eric Kahn Gale


Eric Kahn Gale

Eric Kahn Gale

Books by Eric Kahn Gale

by Eric Kahn Gale - Adventure, Animals , Children's 8-12, Fantasy, Fiction, Mythology, Retelling
The magical realm of Avalon has gone to the dogs --- well, one dog. Nosewise, the hilarious talking pup and wizard-in-training, can wield powers untold...but he has yet to master the powerful sword Excalibur. This dog still has some new tricks to learn. But Lord Oberon's evil worms threaten to eat all magic in existence. Nosewise and his pack, the street urchin Arthur, the sorceress Morgana, and his beloved master Merlin, must find the Holy Grail, the one item that can save them all. The only problem: the goblet is hidden in the legendary castle of Camelot --- which has been missing for centuries! Worse, Queen Mab, sovereign of dreams, is planning havoc of her own.
by Eric Kahn Gale - Animals , Children's 8-12, Fantasy, Fiction, Magic
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 Staying 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.
by Eric Kahn Gale - Children's

Marlin is not slow, or mute; what he is is a stutterer, and that makes it impossible for him to convince people otherwise. What he is also is a Rackham: the youngest son of the world-famous explorer Roland Rackham, who is the owner and proprietor of the Zoo at the Edge of the World, a resort where the well-to-do from all over the world can come to experience the last bit of the wild left in the world at the end of the nineteenth century.

by Eric Kahn Gale - Fiction

Eric Haskins, the target of bullies, is looking for answers, and he finds them.  This book is loosely based on incidents that happened to the author in sixth grade.