Die Towenaar se Neef

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Toe Digory en Polly oom Andrew se geheime werkskamer ontdek, oorreed hy hulle om aan die goue ringe, wat ´n persoon na die Ander Plek kan verplaas, te raak. Maar selfs oom Andrew was nie bedag op die wonders wat vir hulle wag nie, want hulle het die poort na die land van Narnia ontdek. Die Afrikaanse weergawe van The Magician´s Nephew.

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Dit is een van die natste somers in jare. Polly en Digory besluit om die solder van die groot ou huis te verken. Versigtig klim hulle oor die dakbalke en kruip deur die donker gang wat die twee huise met die lee huis verbind. Wat gaan hulle daar vind? Dalk spook dit daar? Miskien kom hulle op 'n bende kriminele af?

Wat ook al, iewers is daar iets baie geheimsinnigs. Dit is ietwat van 'n teleurstelling toe hulle afkom op Digory se oom Andrew se geheime werkskamer. Maar'n wilde eksperiment laat oom Andrew Polly van die aardbol verdwyn, en dit is duidelik dat 'n vervelige somer besig is om in 'n opwindende avontuur te verander.

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AuthorC.S. Lewis
PublisherHuman & Rousseau
PlaceCape Town
Year2006
EditionTweede Druk
ISBN9780798142434
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsCorner folds; corners bumped; Inscription inside front cover.
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