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Tamora Pierce

These books are by an author that my younger daughter enjoys. They are written for the 5-8 grade reading level, so they’re an easy read. I just finished the third in the series and am expecting my daughter to bring me the fourth one to read soon. They seem like pretty good books.

Publisher’s summary:
Lady Sandrilene fa Toren is a noble girl whose thread magic wove together the power – and the personal bonds – of four young magicians. Now, Lady Sandrilene is on her own and saddled with teaching magic to a restless boy, safeguarding her uncle’s health, and tracking down a brutal murderer.

Publisher’s summary:
When Briar Moss spots a street kid using magic in a marketplace, he knows he must find her a teacher. But before he can do so, Briar and the young mage are swept up in gang warfare that puts them both in grave danger. Now Briar must decide if he’s ready to step in as young Evvy’s mentor — and if he’s ready to put his own gang life behind him for good.

Publisher’s summary:
Daja and Frostpine expect to spend some peaceful weeks with old friends in Namorn. But things begin to go awry as soon as they arrive. First Daja discovers that their hosts’ twin daughters are mages. Then mysterious fires begin to blaze across the frigid city. Daja works with Bennat Ladradun, to locate what seems to be a serial arsonist. Daja’s magic saves the city from going up in flames, but nothing and nobody can save her the disappointment of learning that the arsonist is someone close to her own heart.

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