In this brilliant, "New York Times" bestselling sequel to "The Wee Free Men" and "A Hat Full of Sky," the spirit of Winter takes a fancy to young witch Tiffany Aching and wants her to stay in the frozen world--forever.In this brilliant, "New York Times" bestselling sequel to "The Wee Free Men" and "A Hat Full of Sky," the spirit of Winter takes a fancy to young witch Tiffany Aching and wants her to stay in the frozen world--forever.Read Less
This third (and regrettably, final) book of the trilogy brings more detail about the adult witches, and about Tiffany. The author's eye for details of all sorts, and his humor injects a can't-put-it-down factor that encourages kids to want to read. My kids and I were sorry to hear the last about Tiffany !
Oct 5, 2007
The third of Tiffany Achings adventures with the Wee Free Men - hard to tell what age would like it, but it is written for Terry's daughters, so they're the best test, I suppose. All three of these show the lessons of a young witch in training, and show what a witch really is, and what they are supposed to be, very different from what popular myth portrays. Can also recommend the first two books in the series, "the Wee Free Men" and "Hat full of Sky"
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