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Whats On : July 2010
MAGICAL GYPSY CAT Banyo, Grange, Toowong, Coopers Plains and Holland Park Libraries will be presenting a delightful story about Gabby, a lonely and bored house cat. So, how is it that she gets transformed into 'Gabriella', a magical gypsy c at? Can she really play a musical instrument and sing? Gabbie magically meets Zarra, a beautiful gypsy girl who is learning magic. Unfortunately, she doesn't always get the spells right! PIRATE STORYBOOK MAGIC SHOW The pirate magician displays a children's pirate storybook at Ashgrove, Carina, Carindale, Zillmere, Bracken Ridge, Bulimba and West End Libraries. As the pirate reads the book to the children a map falls out of it. The children and pirate magician use the magical lamp to find the treasure by completing magical tasks along with Patches, the naughty parrot. After all the tricks have worked the children find the treasure box that has magic wands inside. BOOKS ARE MAGIC! A MAGIC SHOW FOR ALL AGES Magician SuperSteff loves books and her books are especially magical. One book is totally erased by the children's magical skills. Another book has a spider on the cover -- it's just an illustration but it's moving and is finally found on Steff's back! Even a naughty wizard from a book comes to life! SuperSteff and the children turn him into a rabbit at Everton Park, Nundah, Sandgate, Wynnum, Inala and Corinda Libraries. * Places are limited. Booking essential.