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Publisher's Summary

When Art's mother is accused of witchcraft and captured, she is determined to get her back - at any cost. A lyrical adventure with folklore at its heart, for fans of The House with Chicken Legs.

Twelve-year-old Art lives in a small village in Scotland. Her mother has always made potions that cure the sick, but now the townspeople say she is a witch. One cloudless night, Art's mother is arrested and taken to England. 

Art mounts her horse, taking a sword, a tightrope and a herbal recipe book, and begins a journey through wild forests, using nature's signs and symbols to guide her. 

But will she spot the signs from the omens? Will she reach her mother, before it's too late?

©2021 Amy Raphael (P)2021 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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"A wonderful book." (Piers Torday)

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"Gripping. I raced through it." (A.M. Howell, author of The Garden of Lost Secrets)

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  • 03-07-2021

inspirational

this book is so moving and makes you want to bring Justus to us all

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