Lyra's Oxford

Lyra's Oxford

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A BEGUILING NEW EPISODE FROM THE UNIVERSE OF HIS DARK MATERIALS Lyra's Oxford opens two years after the conclusion of Philip Pullman's The Amber Spyglass in the comfort and familiarity of Jordan College, where Lyra and her daemon, Pantalaimon, sit on the sun-drenched roof looking out over all of Oxford. But their peace is shattered when a strange bird - a witch's daemon, on it's own - tumbles out of the sky, in search of a healing elixer to cure his witch of a strange new disease. Lyra and Pan decided to help - witches are friends, of course - but the closer their winding walk leads them towards the infamous Oxford alchemist, the stronger Lyra's sense that something is amiss. INCLUDES FOLDOUT MAP AND OTHER MATTER NEVER BEFORE SEEN IN THIS WORLD

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  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 111 x 170 x 8mm | 94g
  • Random House Children's Publishers UK
  • Corgi Childrens
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrations, map
  • 055255751X
  • 9780552557511
  • 46,667

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"It is one of those grand narrative strokes that Pullman can sometimes pull off with such casual looking ease and faith. This book is that gift in miniature" -- John Ezard Guardian "Grippingly funny and infused with the vitality of a master storyteller" -- Amanda Craig The Times "Beautifully written ... a welcome chance to revisit Lyra that many young readers will savour" School Librarian "Exquisitely produced ... Truly a collector's piece, this is a must" The Good Book Guide "This is a book for all Pullman readers and is sufficiently intriguing to entice new readers into Lyra's world" Child Education

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About Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman is one of the most highly acclaimed children's authors of the decade. He has been on the shortlist of just about every major children's book award in the last few years, and has won the Smarties Prize (Gold Award, 9-11 age category) for THE FIREWORK-MAKER'S DAUGHTER and the prestigious Carnegie Medal for NORTHERN LIGHTS. He was the first children's author ever to win the Whitbread Prize for his novel THE AMBER SPYGLASS.

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