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Serpentine

by Philip Pullman

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PUBLISHED: 20th October 2020 NEW RELEASE
ISBN: 9780241475249
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  • Hardcover
    $15.81
PUBLISHED: 20th October 2020 NEW RELEASE
ISBN: 9780241475249

Publisher Description

A story in the Arctic from the world of His Dark Materials and The Book of Dust by master storyteller, Philip Pullman.

'Lyra Silvertongue, you're very welcome . . . Yes, I know your new name. Serafina Pekkala told me everything about your exploits'

Lyra and her daemon Pantalaimon have left the events of His Dark Materials far behind. In this snapshot of their forever-changed lives they return to the North to visit an old friend, where we will learn that things are not exactly as they seem . . .

Illustrated throughout by Tom Duxbury, the perfect re-entry for fans of His Dark Materials and a wonderful companion to The Book of Dust, Serpentine is a brand-new special read for Pullman fans old and new.

Author Biography

Philip Pullman was born in Norwich and educated in England, Zimbabwe, Australia and Wales. He studied English at Exeter College, Oxford. His first children's book, Count Karlstein, was published in 1982. To date, he has published thirty-three books, read by children and adults alike. His most famous work is the His Dark Materials trilogy. These books have been honoured by several prizes including the Carnegie Medal, the Guardian Children's Book Prize, and (for The Amber Spyglass) the Whitbread Book of the Year Award - the first time that prize had been given to a children's book. Pullman has received numerous other awards, including the Eleanor Farjeon Award and the Astrid Lindgren Award. He was knighted in the 2019 New Year's Honours List for Services to Literature.

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A story in the Arctic from the world of His Dark Materials and The Book of Dust by master storyteller, Philip Pullman.

Product Details

Pages
80
Publisher
Penguin Random House Children's Uk
Year
2020
ISBN-10
0241475244
ISBN-13
9780241475249
Format
Hardcover
Publication Date
2020-10-15
Author
Philip Pullman
Language
English
Audience
Children/Juvenile