Hidden deep within the crumbling island city of Widdershins lies the Crown of Iron. It's up to Trundle Boldoak, Jack Nimble and the Roamany Princess Esmeralda Lightfoot to find it. And there's nothing that can stop them!
Well, except for Captain Grizzletusk and his pirate hordes, a deadly reef of rocks across their path, and armed guards patrolling the very place they need to search.
Still, at least the adventurers have Esmeralda's Aunt Millie, the Roamany Queen, to help them. She'll get them out of trouble ...won't she?
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About the Author
Allan was born under the kitchen floor of a derelict house in south-east London. At the age of nine, he inherited a typewriter and, for want of anything better to do, began to write stories.
He had his first book published at the age of one hundred and three; lots more followed. He has a German wife, an English cat and a collection of old Beano annuals.
About the Illustrator
Gary was born under a bush and brought up by a family of weasels. He was hopeless in school except for art, English and history, in which he weaselly came top of the class. After working as a teacher for a while, he became an illustrator, and drew the pictures for many of the Redwall books.
He lives with his wife in a farmhouse in the French countryside, working in a huge attic, surrounded by scraps of paper and hundreds of toy soldiers.
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Comments about Fair Wind to Widdershins:
I gave the book as a gift to my daughter and she loved it. It has pirates, sky ships and treasure! Easy read and very interesting. My daughter would have liked more pictures though.
Service and delivery comments:
Delivered quickly and fuss free. Packaging was environmentally friendly
Series: Sundered Lands Ser.
For Ages: 9 - 12 years old
Number Of Pages: 167
Published: 18th November 2010
Dimensions (cm): 19.7 x 13.2 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.17
Edition Number: 1