OVERRIDE

The Genie of Sutton Place

George Selden

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

A young boy recounts the events of the summer when he had the services of an Arabian genie at his disposal.

A young boy recounts the events of the summer when he had the services of an Arabian genie at his disposal.

REVIEWS

Praise for The Genie of Sutton Place

Tim turns to his dead father's diaries for some occult wisdom to help him keep Sam, a beloved mongrel his aunt has banished from their apartment. What he finds is a spell that summons the genie Abdullah from a thousand years' captivity in a woven carpet."-Starred, Booklist
Tim turns to his dead father's diaries for some occult wisdom to help him keep Sam, a beloved mongrel his aunt has banished from their apartment. What he finds is a spell that summons the genie Abdullah from a thousand years' captivity in a woven carpet."-Starred, Booklist

Reviews from Goodreads

BACK

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

  • George Selden

  • George Selden (1929-89) wrote many highly acclaimed children's books, including the Newbery Honor Book The Cricket in Times Square.
  • George Selden Photo by Marcia Johnston
BACK

BUY THE BOOK

Available Formats and Book Details

The Genie of Sutton Place

George Selden

School Library Journal Best Books of the Year, Horn Book Magazine Fanfare List
  • e-Book

BACK

FROM THE PUBLISHER

Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

BACK