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The Enchanted Files Series

Bruce Coville
The Enchanted Files: Cursed by Bruce Coville
The Enchanted Files: Hatched by Bruce Coville
The Enchanted Files: Trolled by Bruce Coville

The Enchanted Files Series : Titles in Order

Book 3
If you liked the movies Elf and Shrek, you’ll love THE ENCHANTED FILES—a magical, hilarious comedy series about fantastical creatures in the modern world by the bestselling author of My Teacher Is an Alien: Bruce Coville!
 
Any troll worth their farts knows that a proper troll should:
 
1. Avoid thinking or feeling! (Feelings? Blech!)
2. Love burping and farting! (But who doesn’t?)
3. And, most important, despise humans!
 
But Ned is not just any troll. Even though Ned is nearly seven feet tall, with a nose the size of a pickle, Ned has a heart full of LOVE! A heart that swoons over poetry and craves true friendship!
 
And when it comes to humans . . . it’s complicated. So complicated that long ago, Ned fled the Enchanted Realm for the one place no one would notice a troll hiding in plain sight: NEW YORK CITY. But one human boy—Cody—has noticed. And Cody’s snooping leads to a wild and adventure that takes readers from the tunnels underneath Grand Central all the way to the Enchanted Realm (and back again!).
 
Laugh out loud with all three of Bruce Coville’s Enchanted Files—Cursed, Hatched and Trolled—casting a hilarious spell on readers everywhere!
“Bruce Coville is a wizard at telling stories.” —Christopher Paolini, New York Times bestselling author of Eragon

“Science fiction master Coville combines classic tropes with ample humor and an inspired narrative for a magic yet realistic modern fairy tale.”—School LIbrary Journal
Book 2
If you liked the movies Elf and Shrek, you’ll love THE ENCHANTED FILES—a magical, hilarious comedy series about fantastical creatures in the modern world by the bestselling author of My Teacher Is an Alien: Bruce Coville!
 
Meet Gerald. Gerald is a griffin—a creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle. According to the Code of the Griffins, that means he should be:
 
1. Brave and fierce in all situations!
2. A guardian of a great treasure!
3. Completely and totally hidden from the humans!
 
But what if a griffin ISN’T brave or fierce? What if he’s NEVER found a great treasure (or ANY treasure, for that matter)? What if he feels like such an embarrassment that the only thing left for him to do is run away? And what if the only place no one will look for him is . . . the human world?
 
“Bruce Coville is a wizard at telling stories.” —Christopher Paolini, New York Times bestselling author of Eragon
 
“Hilarious. Middle-grade readers will be carried along by the buoyancy of the writing, the skillful design, and the humor on almost every page. Egg-ceptionally funny!” —Kirkus Reviews
Book 1
Previously published as Diary of a Mad Brownie. Introducing The Enchanted Files—a new magical, modern-day comedy series by the master of funny fantasy and bestselling author of My Teacher is an Alien: Bruce Coville!
 
In the first hilarious Enchanted Files, Angus is a brownie. No, not the kind you eat! He’s a tiny magical creature that loves to do chores. Angus has just “inherited” a new human girl, Alex. To say that Alex is messy would be an understatement. She’s a total hurricane-like disaster—and she likes it that way, thankyouverymuch! Living with each other isn’t easy but Angus and Alex soon learn there is a curse that binds them. What’s worse, it threatens Alex’s family! Working together, Angus and Alex will set out to break the curse . . . without killing each other first . . . hopefully.

This laugh-out-loud adventure, full of humor and heart, is ideal for fans of Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library or Chris Grabenstein.

* “Smart, amusing, and a lot of fun” —Booklist (starred review)

“With magic, mischief, and mayhem to spare, this sweet story of an unlikely friendship ought to delight readers of any age.” —Publishers Weekly

“A knee-slapper.” —Kirkus Reviews
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