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    The Artsy Mistake Mystery The Great Mistake Mysteries Sylvia McNicoll Canada
    9781459738805 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Mysteries & Detective Stories Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:August 05, 2017
    $8.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.53 in | 160 gr | 208 pages Carton Quantity:56 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      They say he’s been stealing art. But is Attila being framed?

      Outdoor art is disappearing all over the neighbourhood! From elaborate Halloween decorations to the Stream of Dreams fish display across the fence at Stephen and Renée’s school, it seems no art is safe. Renée’s brother, Attila, has been cursing those model fish since he first had to make them as part of his community service. So everyone thinks Attila is behind it when they disappear. But, grumpy teen though he is, Attila can do no wrong in Renée’s eyes, so she enlists Stephen’s help to catch the real criminal.
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      Sylvia McNicoll is the author of over thirty novels. Bringing Up Beauty, her guide dog story, won the Ontario Library Association’s Silver Birch Award, launching her to international success. Crush.Candy.Corpse was shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Best Young Adult Crime Book award and Revenge on the Fly for the Rocky Mountain Book Award. Sylvia lives in Burlington, Ontario.
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      Dewey Divas and the Dudes Fall 2017 pick 2017, Commended
      Best Books for Kids & Teens, Spring 2018 2018, Winner
      Reviews
      McNicoll has written a lot of good books; these two are another pair for that list.
      This heartwarming read for canine, art, and mystery lovers is a solid supplemental purchase for middle grade collections.
      The fact that this award-winning Burlington, Ontario author has published more than 30 books provides a clue as to the quality of the second in the “Great Mistake Mystery Series.”
      The Artsy Mistake Mystery takes the element of complex mystery from The Best Mistake Mystery, and overlays it with the theme of art, which makes for a mystery that readers will enjoy solving.
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    Finders Keepers 3rd edition Andrea Spalding Canada
    9781459737525 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Boys & Men Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:January 28, 2017
    $11.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.52 in | 140 gr | 192 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall 2017) Selection • 1996 Sheila A. Egoff Children’s Literature Prize — Shortlisted • 1996 Violet Downey IODE Book Award — Shortlisted • 1997 Silver Birch Award — Shortlisted

      It all started with an ancient arrowhead in an Alberta field.

      While walking through a field, Danny finds an 8,000-year-old arrowhead. After he shows his friend Joshua, who lives on the Peigan reserve at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, the two go on buffalo hunts, powwows, archaeological digs, and break in to the local museum. Grappling with dyslexia and unsure of his place in the world, Danny follows the arrowhead into a distant past and back again as he learns about himself and the people who came before him.
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      Andrea Spalding lives on Pender Island, British Columbia. She is the author of numerous award-winning children’s books.
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      Awards
      Sheila A. Egoff Children’s Literature Prize 1996, Short-listed
      Violet Downey IODE Book Award 1996, Short-listed
      Silver Birch Award 1997, Short-listed
      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall 2017) 2017, Commended
      Reviews
      Subtly and with the sensitivity that only one who has suffered or watched someone they love endure, Spalding is able to let readers experience the feelings Danny endures
      Andrea Spalding has once again penned an inherently compelling novel that will thoroughly engage the attention of young readers ages 9 to 12 from cover to cover.
      I think all kids would like the book as it shows how different people can get along, how we can all respect our culture and sacred items, how we can save things from the past to help us all learn of our heritages and how children can also help preserve our past. This book is both exciting and informative … I would rate Finders Keepers a five — that's a wow.
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    The Best Mistake Mystery The Great Mistake Mysteries Sylvia McNicoll Canada
    9781459736252 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Mysteries & Detective Stories Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:January 07, 2017
    $8.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.5 in | 120 gr | 160 pages Carton Quantity:72 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Some people count their blessings, but dogwalker Stephen Nobel counts mistakes.

      Dogwalker extraordinaire Stephen Nobel can get a little anxious, but his habit of counting the mistakes he and everyone else makes calms him. His need to analyze gets kicked into hyperdrive after two crazy events happen in one day at school: the bomb squad blows up a backpack and someone smashes a car into the building.

      To make things worse, that someone thinks Stephen can identify them. Stephen receives a threatening text. If he goes to the police, his favourite dogs, Ping and Pong, will get hurt. The pressure mounts when his new best friend, Renée, begs for Stephen’s help. Her brother has been charged with the crimes and she wants to clear his name.

      Is it a mistake to give in to dognappers? How can he possibly save everybody? To find out, Stephen will have to count on all of his new friends.

      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall 2017) Selection
      Bio
      Sylvia McNicoll is the author of over thirty novels. Her book Bringing up Beauty won the Forest of Reading Silver Birch Award. Her books have been nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for Best Young Adult Crime Book and the Rocky Mountain Award. Sylvia lives in Burlington, Ontario.
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        Book hashtag: #MistakeMystery

        Author Website: www.sylviamcnicoll.com
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      Awards
      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall 2017) 2017, Commended
      Dewey Divas and the Dudes Winter 2017 2017, Commended
      Reviews
      A doggone good mystery!
      As fun and frisky as the dogs that Stephen walks, and it’s refreshing to see both an affectionate father-son relationship and a sweet coed friendship represented so genuinely.
      Delightful.
      A quick and enjoyable read...with amusing scenes and interesting characters. Well done!
      The Best Mistake Mystery is a fun and complex mystery that will keep readers curious until the end. Based on this first installment, The Great Mistake Mysteries promises to be a great new series.
      McNicoll has written a lot of good books; these two are another pair for that list.
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    White Jade Tiger 25th Anniversary Edition Julie Lawson Canada
    9781459737556 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Historical Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:December 17, 2016
    $9.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.5 in | 160 gr | 216 pages Carton Quantity:32 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      On a trip to Chinatown, thirteen-year-old Jasmine steps through a doorway back in time and finds herself in the 1880s.

      1994 Sheila A. Egoff Children’s Literature Prize — Winner
      1994 Candian Library Association Book of the Year Award — Runner-up
      1995 Silver Birch Award — Shortlisted
      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2017) Selection


      Jasmine is not sure she likes the idea of being stuck in Victoria while her father goes to China. But on a field trip to Chinatown, she changes her mind. Passing through a doorway in Fan Tan Alley, she mysteriously finds herself in the early 1880s. Adventure begins with a new friend, a journey to the Fraser Canyon during the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and a search for an ancient amulet. But Jasmine is not the only one searching for the white jade tiger…
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      Julie Lawson is the author of more than twenty children’s and young adult titles. Her books have won the Sheila A. Egoff Award and been nominated for numerous awards, including various Forest of Reading Awards and the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year Award. She lives in Victoria, British Columbia.
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        Book hashtag: #WhiteJadeTiger
        Author Website: www.julielawson.ca
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      Awards
      Sheila A. Egoff Children’s Literature Prize 1993, Winner
      Silver Birch Award 1995, Short-listed
      CLA Book of the Year Award 1995, Runner-up
      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2017) 2017, Commended
      Reviews
      ? This is a complex and ambitious first novel. Lawson skilfully interweaves the narratives of present and past, exploring the concerns of each on many levels. The examination of racism and greed in B.C.'s early days is well integrated into the narrative.
      Lawson successfully combines a very real sense of period, a vivid portrait of the lives of the Chinese workers who built the railway, and an exciting adventure.
      Julie Lawson has written a story so well grounded in real-life Victoria, B.C., now and in 1881, that the fantasy of time travel between our time and the past seems natural and necessary. White Jade Tiger is successful, both at telling a gripping story and finishing it in a satisfying, believable way.
      White Jade Tiger opens up a window onto another world, and allows recognition of the riches inherent in another culture.
      Lawson’s considerable ability to bring her characters to life, and the adept use of dialogue and description, make this a highly recommended book.
      Very useful and interesting additions to the novel are the chronology of the history of the Chinese in Canada and the “Historical Note.”
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    Darkling Green The Eldritch Manor Series Kim Thompson Canada
    9781459736221 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:December 03, 2016
    $12.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.5 in | 240 gr | 232 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      As spring comes to Eldritch Manor, Willa deals with the King of the Fairies, a terrifying creature, and the usual family drama.

      Spring comes to Eldritch Manor, bringing with it all kinds of mayhem. The arrival of the King of the Fairies throws the resident fairies into a romantic tizzy. Mab neglects her knitting, resulting in holes in time through which any manner of evil can enter their world. Nature, weather, and time itself are all out of whack, and everyone is freaked about Willa’s upcoming “unlucky” thirteenth birthday. On top of everything, Willa makes a shocking discovery about her mother, which supports Belle’s claim that Willa is part mermaid!

      Willa is plagued with questions. How can she be a mermaid if she doesn’t have a tail and is terrified of water? How long do dragons hibernate? Why are there time holes in the pool, and where do they lead? Why are the backyard plants invading the house? And why does she keep dreaming about a sinister Green Man?
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      Kim Thompson is a filmmaker and television writer who has written scripts for many well-known children’s cartoons. Eldritch Manor was her first novel. She lives on Saltspring Island, British Columbia.
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      [A] thoroughly enjoyable book.
      The series continues to be an imaginative and original take on mythology and fairy lore, and is a fun exploration of what might happen in a crossover world.
      The eternal themes of loyalty, betrayal, reconciliation, bravery and co-operation will attract the intended readers, both boys and girls.
      Especially recommended for the fantasy collections of public and school libraries.
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    Everton Miles Is Stranger Than Me The Night Flyer's Handbook Philippa Dowding Canada
    9781459735279 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:October 15, 2016
    $9.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.5 in | 240 gr | 232 pages Carton Quantity:40 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      The sequel to The Strange Gift of Gwendolyn Golden, shortlisted for the OLA Red Maple Award.

      I wander around like any normal, paranoid, self-absorbed teenager. Do we all think we’re being chased by deadly entities, I wonder? Probably, but how many of us actually are?

      Gwendolyn Golden, Night Flyer, floats over the cornfields all summer. What draws her to the same spot, night after night? All she knows is that change is coming: she’s starting high school plus there’s a strange new boy in town.

      He’s Everton Miles and he’s a Night Flyer, too.

      Soon the mismatched teenagers face dangers they never imagined, including a fallen Spirit Flyer, a kidnapping, and the eternal darkness of The Shade. How will Gwendolyn handle her new life and grade nine? With help from the Night Flyer’s Handbook and her strange new friend, it might not be that hard.

      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2017) Selection
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      Philippa Dowding is an award-winning copywriter, poet, and children’s author. Her books have been nominated for the Diamond Willow, Hackmatack, Silver Birch, and Red Maple awards. Her third book, The Gargoyle at the Gates, was named a White Raven Book by the International Youth Library in Munich. Philippa lives in Toronto.
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      Dewey Divas and the Dudes Fall 2016 Picks 2016, Commended
      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2017) 2017, Commended
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      Dowding offers a charming sequel that meshes the magical world of Night Flyers with ordinary teenage life effortlessly… A page-turner that is funny, magical, and entertaining.
      An enjoyable tale starring a relatable character experiencing everyday struggles as well as magical adventure, and as an added bonus, it can easily stand on its own.
      Dowding’s effective use of magical realism gives this novel the flexibility to reconcile the minutiae of everyday life with the huge events that can derail it, allowing a resolution that neither diminishes nor exaggerates either of these polar opposites.
      A must-read for Gwendolyn fans, this latest addition to the Night Flyer's Handbook series will not disappoint.
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    Series: Hannah Smart
    In Over Her Head Hannah Smart Melody Fitzpatrick Canada
    9781459731608 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:September 17, 2016
    $12.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 0.51 in | 140 gr | 192 pages Carton Quantity:36 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Being totally scared of the ocean is no big deal when it means being on TV with the boy of your dreams — right?

      Hannah Smart is the happiest she’s ever been. She’s doing great in school, she’s got her own spot on the Friday evening news, and she’s desperately in love with the boy next door.

      But when Hannah’s boss asks her to be part of a treasure-hunting reality show for teens, she instantly feels ill. For most kids, a high-seas adventure searching for treasure would sound amazing, but for Hannah, who suffers horribly from seasickness, it’s a total nightmare. When she finds out that her crush and “the more perfect than perfect” Piper Steele will both be there, she has no choice, and agrees to the trip. In true Hannah fashion, she comes up with a plan to overcome her fears once and for all.

      What she doesn’t know is that Piper has a cunning plan as well, which means stormy seas for Hannah Smart.

      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2017) Selection
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      Melody Fitzpatrick writes outrageously funny and empowering books for children. When she’s not busy dreaming up stories, she is an educational program assistant in the public school system, helping kids discover their amazing inner awesomeness. Melody lives in Bedford, Nova Scotia.
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      Awards
      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2017) 2017, Commended
      Reviews
      [T]he book is well-written and captures the dialogue and self-absorption that some teens exhibit…the book also provides some life-lessons about being your own person, doing your best, and taking the high road.
      A gentle, positively toned series intended to provide accessible, realistic lessons for girls struggling with the multiple and sometimes conflicting messages they receive from peers, family, and media.
      Hannah is a funny, slightly goofball heroine with good intentions who has a talent for doing and saying the wrong thing. Her endearing clumsiness will keep readers laughing and cheering her on.
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    Carter and the Curious Maze Weird Stories Gone Wrong Philippa Dowding Canada
    9781459732490 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Horror Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:August 06, 2016
    $9.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 1 in | 150 gr | 136 pages Carton Quantity:64 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      Carter discovers a creepy maze at the fair and travels farther and farther back in time. How will he ever get back to the present?

      The fair is dull, dull, dull, and nothing interesting will ever happen to Carter again … until Carter discovers the curious maze.

      Nothing has ever happened here in the history of the world, he thinks. But the maze has some strange secrets, and the spot Carter stands upon has seen some very exciting events over the centuries.

      Once Carter enters the maze, odd people begin to appear. First he meets Mr. Green, the mysterious, creepy maze-keeper, then a leaf-covered girl, a lost little boy in old-fashioned clothes, a wounded British soldier, and finally an eighteenth-century Native boy who seems very authentic, indeed.

      When Carter eventually escapes the curious maze, the fair is all wrong. There are too many horses, ladies in bonnets, and what’s a freak show doing there? Carter begins his travels through time, and his dull afternoon is about to get very, very interesting.
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      Philippa Dowding is an award-winning copywriter, poet, and children’s author. Her books have been nominated for the Diamond Willow, Hackmatack, Silver Birch, and Red Maple awards. Her third book, The Gargoyle at the Gates, was named a White Raven Book by the International Youth Library in Munich. Philippa lives in Toronto.
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      Carter and the Curious Maze is a short, fast-paced tale with engagingly eerie illustrations by Shawna Daigle that enhance Dowding's captivating storytelling style. Readers will be compelled by the historic tales of Toronto's past as experienced by the relatable and funny 12-year-old Carter and the cast of interesting characters he meets within the maze. A perfect book for readers who enjoy light fantasy with humour and heart.
      This original take on time-travel historical fantasy is a sure bet for young scary-story enthusiasts.
      …a great novel to introduce multi-genre writing to young readers due to its fantasy, adventure, and mystery overtones.
      Dowding’s story is fast-paced and compelling, with just enough mystery to be spooky.
      In an approachable, straightforward style, Dowding writes an engaging time travel story.
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    Series: Hannah Smart
    On a Slippery Slope Hannah Smart Melody Fitzpatrick Canada
    9781459731578 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Social Themes Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:February 06, 2016
    $12.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 1 in | 1 gr | 216 pages Carton Quantity:52 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      It was just a little white lie. What could possibly go wrong …

      If a super-cute boy (one you really want to impress) assumes that you’re a championship skier and snowboarder, is it really that big of a deal if you don’t set him straight?

      When a teensy fib starts snowballing out of control, Hannah Smart realizes she needs cash to keep from being found out. She takes a part-time job at the local TV station where her dad works as the weatherman. After nearly killing a woman (it was an accident!) and then saving her on air, Hannah unexpectedly finds herself in front of the camera again. Loving the spotlight, Hannah is swept up in the excitement of TV land, but with the school ski trip coming up, she soon realizes that some secrets are impossible to keep hidden. But wanting to come clean and doing it are two very different things.
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      Melody Fitzpatrick is the author of the Hannah Smart series. When she’s not busy dreaming up stories, she is an educational program assistant in the public school system, helping kids discover their amazing inner awesomeness. Melody lives in Bedford, Nova Scotia.
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      This lightly amusing first-person tale delivers a smoothly entertaining ride ending with a deft set up of the final book in the series.
      Hannah Smart: On a Slippery Slope is a rollicking read… entertaining, with astutely observed dialogue.
      A lively, funny series with a lovable heroine who keeps getting herself into impossibly wacky predicaments.
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    Shadow Wrack The Eldritch Manor Series Kim Thompson Canada
    9781459732056 Paperback JUVENILE FICTION / Fantasy & Magic Age (years) from 9 - 12, Reading age from 9 - 12 On Sale Date:December 19, 2015
    $12.99 CAD 5 x 8 x 1 in | 1 gr | 168 pages Carton Quantity:52 Canadian Rights: Y Dundurn
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      CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Spring 2016) — Commended

      After defeating the forces of evil in Eldritch Manor, Willa must rebuild the manor — and her family.

      Can Willa rally her supernatural friends to defeat an invasion from beyond?

      After battling and defeating the forces of darkness, Willa is looking forward to a little well-earned peace and quiet. Unfortunately, her recent adventures have given birth to new problems, not the least of which is the task of rebuilding Eldritch Manor, a retirement home for supernatural beings, from the ground up. And no one is behaving themselves: Mab’s fairies have declared war on the dwarf construction crew, Willa’s Mom and Belle are feuding, Baz is running amok, Horace is living in the woods, the phoenix squawks all night long, and there’s never a dragon around when you need one. To be perfectly honest, Willa is starting to think the forces of darkness were easier to handle than her family and friends — until those forces start to rise again!

      Trouble is definitely brewing, and the source lies very close to home, Who can Willa trust? Who will betray them? Who will open the door for the darkness to enter?
      Bio
      Kim Thompson is a filmmaker and television writer who has written scripts for many well-known children’s cartoons. Eldritch Manor was her first novel. She lives on Saltspring Island, British Columbia.
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      Awards
      Dewey Diva Picks 2016
      CCBC's Best Books for Kids and Teens (Spring 2016) 2016, Commended
      Reviews
      A must-purchase where there are fans of the first book and a solid series addition to most middle grade fantasy collections.
      Shadow Wrack would be enjoyed primarily by girls ages 8–12 who are interested in fantasy stories, especially books with fairies.
      This fast paced, often wildly amusing novel will grip the intended audience...an inspiring novel that will attract both girls and boys who will be unable to put it down.

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