Daughter of the Great Zandini

Daughter of the Great Zandini

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Tradition is important to the Great Zandini, the great magician of Paris. His grandfather was a magician, his father was a magician, and his son will be a magician too. Unfortunately, his son Theodore does not feel the same way. Zandini won’t hear of opposition. Besides, his arch nemesis, newspaper reporter A. S. Besette, has begun a smear campaign, suggesting the old master is washed up. Zandini creates a new magic show to introduce Theodore as his successor. There’s only one problem: Theodore is a hopeless magician.

Fortunately, his sister Fanny is a very good magician. It’s up to her to save the day, even if the Great Zandini does not want
her help.

Baker & Taylor
Parisian conjuror the Great Zandini is so determined that his not particularly talented son, Theodore, should become the fourth generation of magicians in the family, that he does not notice his daughter Fanny's skills.

Publisher: Toronto : Tundra Books, c2001
ISBN: 9780887765346
Characteristics: 57 p. : ill ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Young, Cybèle 1972-


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