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Quote of the Day – The Magic Misfits

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For a moment, Carter thought he was imagining things. People dressed as clowns began to hop out of the tiny red car, one after another, until a dozen different-shaped men and women were huddled in a tight group of polka dots and stripes, staring toward a lone black train car parked on its own track.

The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris
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Quote of the Day – The Magic Misfits

“I practice levitation,” Theo said, “As in, making things float in the air. You saw my work earlier today.”

“I love learning about transformation,” Ridley added. She pulled a top hat off a nearby shelf, moved it behind her wheelchair, and when it reappeared it had become a book with a top hat on the cover. “I like to change objects from one to another.”

“And I escape!” Leila said. “Dad, can you please chain me upside down in a tank full of water?”

“I can, and I will – when you turn eighteen,” Mr. Vernon said.

–The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris

Quote of the Day – The Magic Misfits

He loved to lose himself in books about ideas like hope and strength and wonder, but also about things like train engineers, gymnastics, and pie recipes. Over time, he became good at fending for himself. He also became an expert cartwheeler and dreamer of sugary treats.

–The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris
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Quote of the Day – The Magic Misfits

The two-story shop’s walls were covered floor to ceiling with bookshelves and autographed black-and-white photographs of famous magicians. Every surface was cluttered with magical items of every sort: crystal balls, decks of cards, top hats, wands, capes, and even a human skull.

–The Magic Misfits by Neil Patrick Harris