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The Palace Library: Book 1

The Palace Library: Book 1 (Paperback)

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Synopsis

Three children stumble upon an extraordinary library in an old house. Armed with magical books, and accompanied by an enchanting deerhound, they leave through a door that takes them to a world in the past.Beyond the door, a kingdom is in crisis. The Great Sword of State has been stolen and destroyed. The Queen reveals an ancient prophecy that says only children can replace the Sword and she sends them on a journey that takes them beyond the world's end. The children must unlock the secrets in their books as they face storms, fight traitors and tackle dragons. Without knowing who they can trust, can they succeed?

Children'sFiction & true storiesAdventure storiesChildren'sFiction & true storiesFantasy & magical realismChildren'sFiction & true storiesHistorical fiction Publisher: Leofric Digital Publication Date: 12/10/2015 ISBN-13: 9780957435728  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Steven Loveridge is the author of The Palace Library, first in a series of children's books for 8-12 year olds about three children who discover a hidden library full of magical books. Steven is 46 and lives in Dorset in England with his wife and their young children, a cocker spaniel called Bella, a horse and several ponies. Steven read history at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He still believes that all libraries have magical books in them somewhere. To find out more, visit his website at thepalacelibrary.com

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