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by diana wynne jones
The chronicles of chrestomanci. THERE ARE THOUSANDS of worlds, all different from ours
The chronicles of chrestomanci. THERE ARE THOUSANDS of worlds, all different from ours. Chrestomanci’s world is the one next door to us, and the difference here is that magic is as common as music is with us. It is full of people working magic-warlocks, witches, thaumaturges, sorcerers, fakirs, conjurors, hexers, magicians, mages, shamans, diviners and many more-from the lowest Certified witch right up to the most powerful of enchanters.
Witch Week is a children's fantasy novel and school story by the British writer Diana Wynne Jones, published by Macmillan Children's Books in 1982. It was the third published of seven Chrestomanci books. Witch Week is set during the last four days of October 1981 at Larwood House, a boarding school in southern England, in a world parallel and close to ours.
Diana Wynne Jones (16 August 1934 – 26 March 2011) was a British writer of fantasy novels for children and adults. She wrote a small amount of non-fiction
Diana Wynne Jones (16 August 1934 – 26 March 2011) was a British writer of fantasy novels for children and adults. She wrote a small amount of non-fiction. This list follows the Internet Speculative Fiction Database in grouping many works in five fiction series. Some other classifications differ from ISFDB. There is some overlap in listings. Changeover (1970) - reissued 2004, London: Moondust Books, with a new introduction by Jones, "The Origins of Changeover".
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Some came out white, some came out relieved. Estelle came out misty-eyed and beaming. Really! said Theresa. Estelle shot her a look of utter scorn and went up to Nan. Some people! nds around one of Nan’s ears and whispered wetly, He says that where we’re going, my mum won’t be in prison!. Oh good! said Nan, and she thought, in sudden excitement, my mum will still be alive, then! Chrestomanci himself came out of the study with Geoffrey Barnes, who was last, and exchanged a deep look with Mr. Wentworth
Witch Week is a hugely entertaining book that doesn't condescendingly beat children over the head with its humane message of acceptance. This book is not the best Diana Wynne Jones has written.
Witch Week is a hugely entertaining book that doesn't condescendingly beat children over the head with its humane message of acceptance. I enjoyed the middle of it as it picked up pace, but there are too many characters in the book that are names only. The beginning seemed a little repetitious and the ending done in haste.
Witch Week features the debonair enchanter Chrestomanci, who also appears in Charmed Life, The Magicians of Caprona, and The Lives of Christopber Chant. Witch Week - Diana Wynne Jones. Someone in the class is a witch. At least so the anonymous note says.
Diana Wynne Jones (16 August 1934 – 26 March 2011) was a British author who wrote the book Howl's Moving Castle. Studio Ghibli later adapted the book into an animated film. Diana was born in London, the daughter of Marjorie (née Jackson) and Richard Aneurin Jones, both of whom were teachers. When war was announced, shortly after her fifth birthday, she was evacuated to Wales, and thereafter moved several times, including periods in Coniston Water, in York, and back in London.
Witch Week features the debonair enchanter Chrestomanci, who . Mixed Magics (The Chrestomanci Series, Book 5). Charmed Life (The Chrestomanci Series, Book 1). Diana Wynne Jones. The Lives of Christopher Chant (The Chrestomanci Series, Book 4). Conrad’s Fate (The Chrestomanci Series, Book 6). The Magicians of Caprona. On the bookshelvesAll.
Glorious new rejacket of a Diana Wynne Jones favourite, featuring Chrestomanci - now a book with extra bits! SOMEONE IN THIS CLASS IS A WITCH. When the note, written in ordinary ballpoint, turns up in the homework books Mr Crossley is marking, he is very upset. For this is Larwood House, a school for witch-orphans, where witchcraft is utterly forbidden. And yet magic keeps breaking out all over the place - like measles! The last thing they need is a visit from the Divisional Inquisitor. If only Chrestomanci could come and sort out all the trouble.