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Flyte / Angie Sage ; illustrations by Mark Zug.

Sage, Angie. (Author). Zug, Mark, (ill.).

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Killingly Library j Sag (Text to phone) 34040107380905 Juvenile Fiction Available -

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Formatted Contents Note: The year before: on the night of the apprentice supper -- Spiders -- Wizard way -- A dark horse -- Simon says -- Thunder -- North gate -- The greenhouse -- The laboratory -- Number thirteen -- Leaving -- Jenna's journey -- Jannit Maarten's boatyard -- The forest -- Lost -- The tree -- The badlands -- The burrow -- The camera obscura -- Chocolate -- Land wurm -- The sheeplands -- Camp Heap -- Wolf boy -- The port -- The doll house -- Sleuth -- The house of the Port Witch coven -- The causeway -- Fight & Flyte -- On Marram marsh -- Dragons -- Spit Fyre -- Takeoff -- Airborne -- Landing -- Return -- In search of Draxx -- The hermetic chamber -- In the ice tunnels -- Beetle in the tower -- The placement -- Identify -- FirstFlyte -- Last Flyte -- The lookout tower -- The lock-up -- The queen's room -- The young queen -- Flyte -- What happened before ...
Summary, etc.: When Princess Jenna is pursued by a dark wizard, it is the apprentice, Septimus Heap, who must save her while enduring such terrors as a night in the Forest with hungry wolverines and carnivorous trees.
Subject: Princesses Juvenile fiction
Wizards Juvenile fiction
Magic Juvenile fiction
Princesses Fiction
Wizards Fiction
Magic Fiction
Genre: Fantasy fiction.
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