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Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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Product description

It’s 1945. The Blitz has ended. But when Simon, Patricia, Evelyn and Larry walk through a mysterious library door, they step into another war. They have come to Folio: a magical kingdom of fairy knights, bears and tree gods, which is being attacked by an evil robot army. But Folio isn’t the only place in trouble. All the story worlds of the Library are locked in eternal war. Their only hope is to find its creator – a magician who has been lost for centuries. But what the children find will change not just their lives, but the fate of all the worlds, forever…

  • A wondrous classic-in-the-making from a major writer
  • A poetic ode to books, reading and the magic of Narnia
  • Piers Torday won the Guardian Prize for The Last Wild
  • There May Be a Castle was a Carnegie Medal nominee

“The new master of books for children who like magic and modernity with their lust for adventure.” The Times

Product Details

Catalogue number

297 in EU Primary May 2019 and 440 in EU Teen May 2019






Quercus Children's Books

Date published

June 7th, 2018

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.9; Middle years; 10.0 points

Other details
  • 352 pages


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