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Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism

by Georgia Byng

Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism
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    May 2003, 368 pages
    Apr 2004, 400 pages

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There are currently 43 reader reviews for Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism
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Garrett williard (05/10/04)

This book is great! YO SHOULD READ IT!!!
Anna (05/03/04)

I loved this book, once I started I couldn't stop! Every moment is so exciting!
Kavish (01/23/04)

I absolutely love this book, the characters come alive from the first page, it is even better than hary potter. The plot is cool and so are the character's. Maria Byng is a genius!
Frederick Telli (12/11/03)

Molly Moon's Incredible Book of Hypnotism has a great plot, theme and all around make up. Georgia Byng has an interesting Story made up with two friends living in an orphanage. When one friend leaves to go with his new family, Molly is left alone. She spends most of her time in the library where she finds a mysterious book. She has many adventure using this book including winning a part in a movie and even robbing a bank! The overall plotline and theme are well written but the point of view is a little bit off. Overall a must read for children 11 and up.
Tonie369 (12/02/03)

A fantastic, beautiful and entertaining book. Strongly recommended
Earl (11/29/03)

The book was awsome.Iwant to be a hypnotist someday
Molly (11/16/03)

When I read this book I thought I was getting hypnotized to. Also we have the same first name.
Hannah B-P (11/12/03)

great books like this need to be a series!!

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