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When I first picked up The Spell Book of Listen Taylor by Jaclyn Moriarty, it seemed to be quite obviously YA, published as it is by the Arthur A. Levine imprint of Scholastic and featuring a 12yearold girl who finds a book of spells. Sevenyearold Cassie and 12yearold Listen are the only nonadult characters in an ensemble cast, and while Listens (lonely and unpleasant) experiences in seventh grade do provide the catalyst for many plot developments, she is overshadowed by the adults.

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A fairytale, a mystery, a history of hotair ballooning, and a romance. . A novel so brilliant, moving, zingy and Zingy that it could only have come from Jaclyn Moriarty. The Zing family lives in a world of misguided spell books, singular Nov 11, 2007  The Spell Book of Listen Taylor in fact used to be an adult book, I Have a Bed Made of Buttermilk Pancakes it was heralded as Jaclyn Moriartys first adult novel when it was published in her native Australia in 2004.