6 edition of The Door in the Tree (The Magician"s House, Book 2) (Magician"s House Quartet) found in the catalog.
May 13, 2005 by Red Fox .
Written in English
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`The Door in the Tree' is a step up from its predecessor `The Steps Up the Chimney' - it takes the children further into the woods and grounds of Golden House to discover further beauties -and harsh truths - of the natural world, a pattern that is continued in the next book `The Tunnel Behind the Waterfall' where the children trek The Door in the Tree book further to find the lake known as Goldenwater.2/5(1).
Door in the Tree is a great blend of fantasy/romance/mystery. When Cecily leaves an abusive relationship and returns home to take care of her equally abusive mother, she needs an escape. Drawn to the tree she loved as a child, Cecily finds a fantasy land where she learns to love again/5(6).
`The Door in the Tree' is a step up from its predecessor `The Steps Up the Chimney' - it takes the children further into the woods and grounds of Golden House to discover further beauties -and harsh truths - of the natural world, a pattern that is continued in the next book `The Tunnel Behind the Waterfall' where the children trek even further to find the lake known as Goldenwater.2/5.
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