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Into the woods / by Lyn Gardner ; pictures by Mini Grey.

By: Gardner, Lyn.
Contributor(s): Grey, Mini.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Corgi Children's, 2007, c2006Description: 427 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780552554596 (pbk.).Subject(s): Sisters -- Juvenile fiction | Magic -- Juvenile fiction | Wolves -- Juvenile fiction | Orphans -- Juvenile fiction | Adventure stories -- Juvenile fiction
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Taking inspiration from numerous fairytales and weaving them into a wholly original story, INTO THE WOODS is a whirlwind of a novel, full of imaginative happenings, dastardly deeds and thrilling adventure.Our guides are sisters three- Storm, Aurora and Anything Eden. Accidentally orphaned and left to fend for themselves in a decaying mansion on the edge of the wilds, they come to the very much unwanted attention of the sinister Dr DeWilde- a scar-faced gentleman with a pied waistcoat and an unhealthy interest in rats. He's after a tiny little musical pipe that Storm has inherited, and he'll stop at nothing to get it.Fleeing into the woods, our courageous and eccentric sisters evade kidnap (almost), resist the temptation of sweet-filled orphanages (nearly!), and begin a treacherous journey across raging rivers, over mountains of ice, through deathly silent ghost towns and beyond the lairs of child-eating ogresses. With ravenously hungry wolves snapping at their heels every step of the way!Featuring wonderful illustrations by award-winning illustrator Mini Grey, INTO THE WOODS is a classic tale with a very modern twist and will delight readers of every generation.

Originally published: Oxford: David Fickling, 2006.

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