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Adventures of the Magic Chair

This is the story: two children have at their disposal a chair that can fly and can take passengers to any magical place. Children, of course, do not miss the opportunities that open up. They visit the giant's castle, the gnome village resembling a mushroom meadow, and a disappearing island that lures travelers with luxurious flowers and the melodious ringing of bells.
Children will visit the land of dreams, where the most unpredictable metamorphoses will happen to them: a chair will turn into a dog, a dog into a duck, a duck into ice cream, peas into balloons, children into balloons, and a clown into police officer.
One day the chair will be stolen by a cat (or vice versa: the chair will be stolen by a cat, depending on how you look at it) and
They will both be captured by the insidious sorceress Kirri-Kirri. The children, of course, will go to the rescue.
Different adventures await children, some of them dangerous and risky, some of them very pleasant. So, for example, a holiday in the palace of a good wizard will be remembered by everyone for its sparkling miracles. The wizard will conjure everyone's favorite dish, make flowers grow out of thin air, silver spoons will turn into goldfish, hares will dance on their ears, and cats will play violins. And finally, the guests will receive eggs as a gift, but what will hatch from them the next day? It's a secret!
And one more thing:
- magic paint that makes objects invisible (try painting your nose with it!) ;
- harmful and capricious Nosopyrka, what an intriguing name!
- a naughty chair, like your Santa Claus, is trying to dive into the chimney;
- a suspiciously polite goblin is up to something...
But a chair does not always function as a vehicle; sometimes it is just furniture. To take off, the chair needs to grow wings, and this is an unpredictable matter. When will this happen next time? Will it take off or not? Will we go on a trip today or stay at home? Suspense on every page!
Exciting adventures for preschoolers and primary schoolchildren: The Adventures of the Magic Chair

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