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The Islands of Chaldea  - Diana Wynne Jones

The Islands of Chaldea by Diana Wynne Jones & Ursula Jones. An even more enjoyable read the second time round. Finished Mar second read.

Mixed Magics by Diana Wynne Jones

Diana Wynne Jones: Mixed Magics: Four Tales of Chrestomanci

Diana Wynne Jones

The wild magic of Diana Wynne Jones

Diana Wynne Jones, who died this weekend, wrote some of our wittiest and warmest children's books, from the Chrestomanci series to Howl's Moving Castle. The world of children's literature is a smaller, sadder place without her

The Year of the Griffin by Diana Wynne Jones

The Year of the Griffin by Diana Wynne Jones is an interesting take on books with non-human protagonists. Elda is a griffin with some human DNA.

Browse Inside Unexpected Magic: Collected Stories by Diana Wynne Jones

Browse Inside Unexpected Magic: Collected Stories by Diana Wynne Jones

When Mummy wears her happy pants we build sandcastles, go out for baby cinos and have lots and lots of cuddles. But when she comes home with baby Darcy, her happy pants stay in her wardrobe...

When Mummy wears her happy pants we build sandcastles, go out for baby cinos and have lots and lots of cuddles. But when she comes home with baby Darcy, her happy pants stay in her wardrobe.

Misadventures of Sweetie Pie, The

Misadventures of Sweetie Pie, The

The Misadventures of Sweetie Pie by Chris Van Allsburg - Sweetie Pie escapes the confines of her hamster cage--and a series of insufferable owners--to find a new home in the wild.

Marina Warner - writer and mythographer A fascinating history of fairy tales , their meaning, their tellers and the role of women in the world.

From The Beast To The Blonde: On Fairy Tales and Their Tellers, Marina Warner

Boston Globe-Horn Book Award | Winners & Honorees

My first David Almond book. Set during the Cuban missile crisis, this is a perfect example of intelligent fiction for middle schoolers which understands a child's ability to cope with wonder and dread simultaneously.

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