Celandine: Book 2 In The Touchstone Trilogy by Steve AugardeCelandine: Book 2 In The Touchstone Trilogy by Steve Augarde

Celandine: Book 2 In The Touchstone Trilogy

bySteve Augarde

Paperback | April 14, 2009

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Set seventy years before The Various, the second book in the trilogy follows the adventures of young Celandine at the onset of the First World War. Having run away from her detested boarding school, Celandine is too afraid to go home in case she is sent back. As she seeks shelter in the Wild Wood near her home, little does she think she will encounter a world where loyalty and independence is fiercely guarded, and where danger lurks in the most unlikely of places. Celandine's troubled character finds both refuge and purpose among the secret tribes of little people that she alone believes in.

The novels of the Various trilogy are full of mystery, beauty and adventure; this second novel is both page-turning and life-affirming.
Steve Augarde has worked as an illustrator, a paper engineer, and a semipro jazz musician. He has written and illustrated more than seventy picture books for younger children, and has produced the paper engineering for many pop-up books—including those by other artists—as well as providing the artwork and music for two animated BBC tel...
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Title:Celandine: Book 2 In The Touchstone TrilogyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:496 pages, 7.53 × 5.33 × 1.18 inPublished:April 14, 2009Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0440422167

ISBN - 13:9780440422167

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Praise for the Various:"A marvelous blend of old-fashioned storytelling, the book has a freshness and immediacy that will intrigue fantasy lovers of all ages."--VOYA"A rousing addition to the durable genre of British fairy lit."--The New York Times Book Review"Augarde unfolds the events gradually, allowing readers to luxuriate in the near-idyllic setting he has created and beckoning them back for future installments."--Publishers WeeklyFrom the Hardcover edition.