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Review of LIFE IN THE WOOD WITH JONI-PIP
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By Christy Tillery French, Midwest Book Review

I especially find it hard to write reviews when the book is just extraordinary and I want to convey how much I like it. I always struggle to do so. I hope I have relayed this with this fabulous book.

Joni-Pip lived a pampered life with her family in Bath, England until the bombings of World War II forced them to escape to Knotty Knook, their cottage in Windy Woods on the outskirts of Sherwood Forest. On their journey there, Joni-Pip meets three young strangers who suddenly appear, briefly speak to her, and then disappear. Unaware they will play an important part in her life, Joni-Pip soon forgets about them. At Knotty Knook, Joni-Pip and her teddy bear Ethelred-Ted (who is much, much more than an ordinary teddy bear), play in the woods and visit her grandfather at his nearby cottage. But magical things happen in Sherwood Forest, and through what appears to be a tragic event, Joni-Pip begins a magical journey through time.

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Life in the Wood With Joni-Pip is available in the following formats:

ISBN: 9780955524691 476-page Paperback
with 100 pencil drawings

ISBN: 9780955524646 342-page Paperback,
small print, with 40 small pencil drawings

ISBN: 9780955524684 Hardback
ISBN: 9780955524622 Picture Book