Wing & Claw #1: Forest Of Wonders by Linda ParkWing & Claw #1: Forest Of Wonders by Linda Park

Wing & Claw #1: Forest Of Wonders

byLinda ParkIllustratorJim Madsen

Paperback | February 7, 2017

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From Newbery Medal-winning author Linda Sue Park, this is a captivating fantasy-adventure about a boy, a bat, and an amazing transformation. The first book in an enchanting trilogy, Forest of Wonders richly explores the links between magic and botany, family and duty, environment and home.

Raffa Santana has always loved the mysterious Forest of Wonders. For a gifted young apothecary like him, every leaf could unleash a kind of magic.

When an injured bat crashes into his life, Raffa invents a cure from a rare crimson vine that he finds deep in the Forest. His remedy saves the animal but also transforms it into something much more than an ordinary bat, with far-reaching consequences.

Raffa’s experiments lead him away from home to the forbidding city of Gilden, where troubling discoveries make him question whether exciting botanical inventions—including his own—might actually threaten the very creatures of the Forest he wants to protect.

Linda Sue Park was born in Urbana, Illinois on March 25, 1960. She received a B.A. in English from Stanford University. After graduating, she worked as a public-relations writer for a major oil company for two years. She obtained advanced degrees in literature from Trinity College, Dublin in Ireland and from the University of London. B...
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Title:Wing & Claw #1: Forest Of WondersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 7.62 × 5.12 × 0.7 inPublished:February 7, 2017Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0062327399

ISBN - 13:9780062327390

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A provocative moral tale about the relationship between humans and animals.… In the end, the ambiguity of the message is one of the novel’s strengths. In a genre that often paints good and evil in black and white, Park has written a book with a lot of gray.