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Norman Jespers-Vilnius is just an average eleven-year-old kiduntil he absentmindedly nibbles on the edge of a page and wakes up inside his favourite book, the Undergrowth Series. Norman finds himself smack in the middle of an epic battle of animal k…

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    Om Bookweird

    Norman Jespers-Vilnius is just an average eleven-year-old kiduntil he absentmindedly nibbles on the edge of a page and wakes up inside his favourite book, the Undergrowth Series. Norman finds himself smack in the middle of an epic battle of animal kingdoms, where he forms a close friendship with young Malcolm, a future king. After joining Malcolms fight he winds up back in his own bed, dirty and in torn pyjamas. But his adventures have only just started. It soon becomes clear that Norman has been caught by a mystifying force called Bookweird Norman finds himself inside books his family is reading, mixing up plotlines. When he tries to undo an act of violence in his sisters horse novel, he has to explain the appearance of a pony to some disgruntled policemen at a crime scene in his mothers favourite thriller. Can Norman put all of the stories back on track and return these fictional worlds to normal? Or will Bookweird trap him in the pages forever? Award-winning author Paul Glennon has created a breathtaking, fast-paced story for adventurers of all ages.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2009
    Forlag
    PRH Canada Young Readers
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780307371751
    Serie
    Sider
    272

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