A Mustard Seed of Magic book. Tish wants to write well and she wants to be of help to her. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking A Mustard Seed of Magic (Keeping Days, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Mustard Seed of Magic Paperback – March 1, 1982. by. Norma Johnston (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 4 of 6 in the Keeping Days Series. This is a poignant book and I am in love with the character of Tish. I wish there were more literary characters of her age and strength. Even though it's historical, I still think that young tweens can relate to her struggles. I am a huge fan of Norma Johnston's writing. Once you've met Tish Sterling, you can't let her go.
Mustard Seed of Magic Paperback – January 1, 1983. Overall, I love Johnston's writing, her poignant phrases and insight into family life and struggles common to all kids. Despite the drama (sometimes melodrama), it is a book I read over and over again.
A Mustard Seed of Magic. 1977) (The fourth book in the Keeping Days series) A novel by Norma Johnston. Used availability for Norma Johnston's A Mustard Seed of Magic. July 1977 : USA Hardback. January 1983 : USA Paperback
Series: Keeping Days (4). Members. Advanced navel-gazing by Tish Sterling. This book features the remarkable transformation of Brother Ben into a knight in shining armour- though some of us knew he had it in him all along. Johnston tackles all the teenage angst and then some in this slim volume- she rushes from plot point to plot point in a way that should feel headlong but really only feels like being fifteen.
A Mustard Seed of Magic ~~ Norma Johnston. A Mustard Seed of Magic. Tish wants to write well and she wants to be of help to her friends, but first she has to understand herself.
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Norma Johnston was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey, USA, the only child of Marjorie (Pierce), a teacher and Charles Eugene Chambers Johnston, an engineer. She read ly mysteries, to which her family was addicted. She was ducated at Ramsey public schools and Montclair State College, later studied acting at the American Theatre Wing and elsewhere, and received a teaching certificate from Montclair College.