The book of changes: stories

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Groundwood Books, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 143 pages
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User Review  - bunnyjadwiga - LibraryThing

A light fantasy touch here, but mostly grounded, these short stories are reminiscent of Joan Aiken, but with a humor more like DWJ or Jenny Nimmo. Might be 'preachy' to those who don't believe in the fantasy elements, but read as magical realism quite charming. Read full review

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i very much disliked this book it was boring and hard to understand! the author clearly does not know how to make a catchy story and overall the book did not impress me nor did i enjoy it.

Contents

The Clark Beans Man
11
Mad House
33
The Book of Changes
55
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Tim Wynne-Jones has won numerous awards for his work, including an Edgar Award, the Governor General's Literary Award, and a Boston Globe?Horn Book Award. He is a faculty member at Vermont College, teaching courses in the MFA Program in Writing for Children and Young Adults. He is the author of more than twenty books for children and young adults, including the novel The Uninvited and the popular Rex Zero books. Tim Wynne-Jones lives in Ontario with his family.

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