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by William Corlett
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Magician's House Quartet: The Door . Thirteen-year-old William Constant and his two younger sisters, Mary and Alice, have come to ancient, mysterious Golden House in Wales for the holidays
Thirteen-year-old William Constant and his two younger sisters, Mary and Alice, have come to ancient, mysterious Golden House in Wales for the holidays. Their lives will never be the same once they enter the Magician's House - and discover their destiny. The Secret of MagicIt's vacation again - time for William, Mary, and Alice to return to Golden House.
The Magician's House is a quartet of children's fantasy books by William Corlett. Two mini-series were produced in 1999 for British television, which were directed by Paul Lynch. The series featured Jennifer Saunders and Stephen Fry voicing some of the animal characters. The books were published in the early 1990s, and named as follows: The Steps up the Chimney. The Door in the Tree. The Tunnel behind the Waterfall. The Bridge in the Clouds.
The Magician's House Quartet by. William Corlett . He worked as an actor while embarking on a literary car William Corlett (8 October 1938 - 16 August 2005), was an English children's writer, best known for his quartet of novels, The Magician's House, published between 1990 and 1992. Corlett was born in Darlington, County Durham.
Being the Second Book of The Magician’s House. William, meanwhile, scrambled into the undergrowth along the side of the forest track and, at a distance from him, a flash of white marked where Spot was bounding away from the block, his tail wagging as he tried not to bark with excitement. It was a bright spring day with a breeze blowing. It shook the branches of the trees and made them sway and move above Alice’s head, clattering and swishing. Reaching the cover of a clump of gorse bushes, she paused, gasping for breath, and looked around her.
Published May 13, 2005 by Red Fox.
William Corlett, after being educated at Fettes College in Edinburgh, trained as an actor at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, in London. He soon started writing plays for the theater, including The Gentle Avalanche and Return Ticket, which were performed in London. William went on to write the highly acclaimed and best-selling Magician's House Quartet, orginally published by the Bodley Head, which recently became a major BBC television series. The Summer of the Haunting, a contemporary ghost story, is his most recent novel for young readers.
William Corlett's Magician's House Quartet, originally published by The Bodley Head in London recently became a major BBC television series. Publisher: Simon Pulse (May 3, 2010). ISBN13: 9781442414143.
William Corlett's Magician's House Quartet, originally published by The Bodley Head in London recently became a. . It shook the branches of the trees and made them sway and move above Alice's head, clattering and swishing.
Item Information:Author : William Corlett. William Corlett grew up in Yorkshire. After training at RADA, he worked as an actor in the theatre and on television before devoting himself full-time to writing. Product Information:TITLE: The Door In The Tree (Magician's House Quartet). His teen-novel The Gate of Eden was successfully dramatised in the 1970s, and he won an Emmy for his dramatisation of The Magician's House for the BBC. Country of Publication.
The Magician's House is a quartet of children's fantasy books by William Corlett All four books centre on young siblings William, Mary and Alice Constant. All four books centre on young siblings William, Mary and Alice Constant. They spend their holidays at Golden House, a large, 16th Century house in the British countryside. The house is given no specific location except for Wales, supposedly on ley lines; reference to standing stones is made in the books.
The Secret of Magic
It's vacation again -- time for William, Mary, and Alice to return to Golden House. They've made a solemn vow not to speak of anything that happened on their last visit to Uncle Jack's home. Was the magic real? It seems like a dream to William and Mary. Only Alice knows the secret of magic: believing. It is alice who discovers the Dark and Dreadful Path, Alice who is irresistibly drawn to the ancient yew tree. And it is Alice who finds the door in the tree -- leading to the secret hiding place of the Magician. It wasn't a dream!
Soon they've become the Magician's students, led by the kestel, the badgers, and the dog into the most perilous assignment of all....