100 Cupboard

Author: N.D. Wilson
Rating:
Reading Level: 4th to 6th grade

Pages: 304
Publisher: Random House
Edition: Hardcover, 2008

I completely immersed and lost myself in this original and dark story of magical cupboards, space and time travels, told in a highly folksy manner — more like folktales passed down through generations, by the hearths, enjoyed along with home-made pies and chicken soup. Absolutely enjoyable. I hope it finds a large audience who will appreciate it not just for the nerve-wrecking adventures but for the author’s care in telling the story.

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One response to “100 Cupboard

  1. Erin

    You summed up this book perfectly, I think. Isn't it wonderful?

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