The Tree of Ticket Leaves

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Meri misses her trip to England with her parents when she becomes ill. Before they leave, to make them feel better she suggests she may find her own way to England. She doesn't mean it, though. Then she and the Tackling Dummy find a shiny ticket---or is it a leaf? It's from The Tree of Ticket Leaves, and when they accidentally tear it in two, it takes them to The Lands. More
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Words: 48,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310445736
About Larry Good

Larry Good grew up in Nottoway County, Virginia. Blackstone High School awarded him a diploma, the University of Virginia a B.A., and the College of William and Mary a master's degree in Education.
He played football in high achool, both offense and defense, as number 66. The team won a Regional title. He met the Tackling Dummy on the Practice Field of Blackstone High School.
The first thing after college, he became an English teacher, and before long he had spent most of his time in classrooms. When The Tree of Ticket Leaves takes Meri to The Lands, the first one after The Autumnforest is The Land of Upsidedown Learning. You learn through your feet. (Meri takes off her shoes and socks.) The one after that is The Land of Handwriting Speech. There's no sound when someone speaks, but you can read it. The air of this land is unforgettable.
For a while the author went to work for the C & P Telephone Company. The business office was a large room filled with service representatives at their desks talking to customers on telephones. When the man of the house called, the service representative wrote "mr cld" on her records. From these five letters came The Mistercald River which flows right through the middle of The Lands. You can see it from The Tree of Ticket Leaves, which is in The Land of Pink Windmills.

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Review by: Tracey Meredith on Sep. 21, 2014 :
Charming and whimsical and a pleasant read. I would pitch it at 6-10 year olds. The characters are engaging (I especially like the character Wut, who is a question mark who bounces everywhere) and the story quietly draws you in. Will Meri find her way back home? Will Tackling Dummy get his new canvas? And what is wrong with the croapfs? You might have to read the whole series to find out- but I don't think that will be much of a hardship.
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