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Young magician Gwyn and his friend Nia have been warned to stay away from Emlyn Llewelyn, the strange boy who claims his mother lives in the moon. And yet, a mysterious magic continues to draw them to him. But why? The answer lies in a spider's web, an ice-cold flower's glow, and the haunting whispers of children from someplace far away. It's up to Gwyn and Nia to solve the mystery with the hlep of Arianwen, the Snow Spider.
©2006 Jenny Nimmo. First published in 1986 in Great Britain by Egmont Books Ltd. All rights reserved. Published by Orchard Books, an imprint of Scholastic Inc. ORCHARD BOOKS and design are registered trademarks of Watts Publishing Group, Ltd., used under license (P)2006 Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. SCHOLASTIC and associated logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Scholastic Inc.

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Best return to childhood ever

This audio book returned me to my many holidays as a child reading this book it was just as good as i remembered if not better. I cant wait for audible to get the other two books

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  • 22-01-15

Excellent

This story was interesting. Nia was sweet and her dressing up in her mom's old clothes was cute. Her middle child status was relatable and Nia's need to be something special is how all of us feel at times.