The second magical bookwandering adventure in the nationally bestselling Pages & Co. series, featuring Tilly Pages as she journeys to France to wander inside a peculiar book of fairytales. Perfect for fans of Inkheart and The Land of Stories. Soon to be a major television series!
Tilly and her best friend Oskar are bookwanderers: a remarkable group of people who, using the magical power of books, can travel inside any story they choose. But on a wintry visit to Paris, the friends wander inside a book of fairy tales to find that peculiar things are happening: characters are getting lost, stories are all mixed up, and mysterious plot holes are opening without warning . . .
It's up to Tilly and Oskar to figure out what--or who--is behind the chaos. And after the friends come face-to-face with an old foe, they realize that villains can exist outside the pages of books . . . and that sometimes, you don't get to live happily ever after.
Praise for Pages & Co.: The Lost Fairy Tales:
"Winsomely harking back to the oldest children's classics, this has special appeal for romantic bibliophiles." --Kirkus Reviews
"This series is made for book-lovers and attests to the power and importance of stories."-School Library Journal
About the Author
Anna James is a writer and journalist. She was a school librarian before joining The Bookseller as their book news editor. She now writes for a variety of newspapers and magazines, and chairs events at bookshops and literary festivals across the UK. She lives in north London, in a flat full of books.
Praise for Pages & Co.: The Bookwanderers:
A Fall 2019 Kids' Indie Next List Pick!
-"An affectionate ode to books and book lovers." --Publishers Weekly
-"A loving testament to the powerful magic of books and imagination." --Kirkus Reviews
-"Steeped in magical world building, James' debut pays loving testament to the power of books." --Booklist
-"Delightful! A Joy of a book."--Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of The Girl of Ink & Stars
-"A lovely and enchanting read, whether you're 9 years old or 49 years old." --The Belfast Telegraph
-"James' magical debut is a delight from first page to last."--Event Magazine
-"A thrilling, inventive, book-lover's delight."--Matt Haig, author of A Boy Called Christmas