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A year after he sends his Indian friend, Little Bear, back into the magic cupboard, Omri decides to bring him back, only to find that he is close to death and in need of help. Sequel to "The Indian in the Cupboard."
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Praise for The Indian in the Cupboard
‘An assured piece of story-telling, well able to stand comparison with older classics.”
Times Educational Supplement
“Enthralling and hair-raising reading.” TLS
“The Key to the Indian is a swiftly-moving, tightly-plotted, exciting, funny tale, which will keep the reader firmly hooked and frantically turning the pages.” Carousel
Praise for The Secret of the Indian
“There have been many famous stories in which children’s toys come alive: this book is in the same great tradition.” School Library AssociationFrom the Back Cover:
Omri's fingers were still round the key. And there they were. The pony was prancing and stamping his hooves . . . As Omri opened the door he saw Twin Stars sitting on him. But she no longer sat in front; before her, lying face-down across the pony's back, was a limp, motionless form. It was little Bull.
Omri can't resist bringing the small people back to life again. But when the cupboard door opens, Little Bull is slumped unconscious, over his horse, two bullet wounds in his back. As Omri tries to help him, he faces the terrifying responsibility of power – the power of life and death . . .
Full of seat-edge story-telling and spot-on characterisation that is everything a children's book should be.
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Book Description Cornerstone Books, 1995. Condition: Brand New. New. Seller Inventory # A54041