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Here and Back Again by Aedrien Macayle
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Here and Back Again

by Aedrien Macayle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0989869245, Hardcover)

Here and Back Again tells the story of Mac, a boy who never really belonged anywhere―until he arrives at the Manic Street Orphanage. There, he meets new friends, a strange professor who seems to know something about everything, and a peculiar little animal that leads the way to the greatest adventure of Mac's life. Whether traveling through a wardrobe to a magical fantasy world, or traveling on the ear of a big friendly giant to a land of even-bigger (and not-so-friendly) giants, the world of the fantastic and strange is closer than you think. Mac doesn't find any fantasy wardrobes or giants at the Manic Street Orphanage, but he does find a door to a strange place, and he might just have found a home, too―that is, if he can ever get back there. Here and Back Again will take you on an exciting adventure! If you loved the Chronicles of Narnia―or works by Quentin Blake, Lemony Snicket, Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, and JK Rowling―you will love the Knightswood Tales series by Macayle. Their rich imagery and imagination makes this the sort of stories to be enjoyed by everyone, children and adults alike.

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