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* * * Philip Pullman The Amber Spyglass US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Knopf, 2000 (2000) Hardcover, Audio, CD
Third in the trilogy His Dark Materials, Lyra and Will use the alethiometer and subtle knife in a quest to the land of the dead while war rages against the Kingdom of Heaven. Pullman gives us a fitting ending that matches the maturity of his hero and heroine. (HW)

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Review Random House, 2000 (1998) Hardcover, Softcover
This spoof of a gothic horror story is set in 1816 Switzerland, where evil Count Karlstein's plans to sacrifice his orphaned nieces to the Demon Zamiel are foiled by a colorful cast of adventurers. (HW)

* * Philip Pullman The Firework Maker's Daughter US Orders
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Arthur A. Levine, 2000 (1999) Hardcover, Softcover
One thousand years ago, Lila faces pirates and demons to become a true firework maker. (HW)

* * * Philip Pullman The Golden Compass US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Del Rey, 1999 (1996) Hardcover, Softcover, Paperback, Audio
Enter the entrancing world of Lyra Belacqua and her daemon, Pantalaimon. Lyra's friend Roger is abducted. She and gypsy friends search for all the missing children. (HW)

* * * Philip Pullman & Kevin Hawkes I Was A Rat US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Yearling, 2002 (2000) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio
A magical mix of fun, fairytale, and satirical invention. Very well written and compulsively readable by young and old. (HW)