Wet Magic

E. Nesbit

Book Description

"Wet Magic" is a delightful children's fantasy novel written by E. Nesbit and first published in 1913. The story follows the adventures of siblings Paul, Jane, and their younger sister, Anthea, who discover a magical creature named Mouldiwarp (or "Mouldy"), a talking mole with the ability to grant wishes. Mouldy introduces the children to the captivating world beneath the earth's surface, where they meet various other talking animals, each with their unique personalities and abilities. The underground realm is on the brink of disaster due to a mysterious evil force, and the children must join forces with their new animal friends to save it. As they journey through the underground, the children encounter thrilling challenges and unexpected discoveries. They also encounter the Water Babies, magical creatures who control the waters of the world, and become embroiled in their own troubles. Throughout the novel, E. Nesbit weaves themes of friendship, bravery, and the power of kindness. The children's encounters with magical beings and their interactions with one another offer valuable lessons in empathy and understanding. "Wet Magic" is a whimsical and imaginative tale that captivates young readers with its richly depicted underground world and endearing characters. E. Nesbit's storytelling prowess shines through as she seamlessly blends magic and adventure with timeless messages of compassion and stewardship for the natural world. The book continues to enchant audiences, making it a cherished classic in children's literature. This book is copyright free and can be downloaded for free.

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