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Imagica: The Boy Who Had No Imagination

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Eli is an 11-year-old boy who tells his grandfather that an imagination is a useless thing to have. Useless! Grandfather is shocked and knows that he has to teach Eli why his imagination is an important part of him. As Grandfather starts to teach Eli how to use his imagination, a fish-drawn carriage pulls up outside to take Eli to Imagica. Alder and Allaria are his guides in this imagination-filled land and Eli learns that using his imagination is useful and fun. When it is time to go home Eli also learns to take his imagination very seriously. He has lost a trinket that will help him get home and must rely on his imagination to get there. Has he learned enough to get home, or will he be stuck in Imagica forever?

53 pages, Paperback

First published May 30, 2006

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Deanna Anderson

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Deanna Anderson is an independent author of short story anthologies, and themed prompt journals, and the Make Each Moment series. She is also freelance writer for local publications.
She divides her time between writing, family, and her community.

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