Lizard bands, brave mice, battles against dark magic: these three daring
escapades will entice ages 8 and up.
The Midnight Folk
By John Masefield
Illustrated by Rowland Hilder
Afterword by Madeleine L’Engle
“… a much-loved 1920s children’s book about a boy who must fight dark magic to uncover his family’s treasure… ” —The Guardian (London)
By Margery Sharp
Illustrated by Garth Williams
This story of brave mice, illustrated by the great Garth Williams, was the inspiration for a Disney animated film of the same name.
By Daniel Pinkwater
With his parents on vacation, Victor is free to drink grape soda, eat anchovy pizza, and stay up late. But what can explain the lizard musicians he sees on TV?
- Format: Hardcover
- Series: The New York Review Children’s Collection