By N. D. Wilson
Twelve-year-old Henry York wakes up one evening to discover bits of plaster in his hair. knobs have damaged throughout the wall above his mattress and one among them is slowly turning . . .Henry scrapes the plaster off the wall and discovers cabinets of all diversified styles and sizes. via one he can pay attention the sound of falling rain. via one other he sees a sparkling room–with a guy pacing backward and forward! Henry quickly is familiar with that those are usually not simply cabinets, yet portals to different worlds.
100 cabinets is the 1st publication of a brand new fable event, written within the top world-hopping culture and reinvented in N. D. Wilson’s inimitable style.
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They were just as cool as flaming arrows. How could they choose between them? “Eenie-meenie,” Ivy suggested. So they eenie-meenied, and when flaming arrows won, Ivy didn’t even mind very much, because Camp Flaming Arrow was such a great name. Who wouldn’t want to be in Camp Flaming Arrow? Another reason Ivy didn’t mind very much about eenie-meenie was that she had her own great idea right afterward. It was about the tent. They needed a tent. No tent, no camp. But unfortunately, neither Ivy nor Bean had a tent handy.
After she smacked into a tree for the second time, Bean decided to take the mask off until she got to the Youth Center. Santa didn’t have a problem seeing. Santa had a problem breathing. With every breath, big puffs of beard flew into Ivy’s throat and made her cough. “Shh,” warned Bean. indd 41 4/27/12 4:14 PM “I can’t help it,” choked Ivy. “Spit,” said Bean. So Ivy did. That helped some. They slithered among the Monkey Park trees. Even without her mask, Bean was a wolf, hunting her prey, tiptoe, tiptoe.
Next, you put all six of your strings together and tie a knot,” said Bean. She was pretty sure that was what you did, anyway. She looked at Ivy’s knot. “Very good,” she said. ” The more knots, the better, she figured. ” asked Ivy. Making knots took a lot of concentration. “That’s what friendship bracelets are all about. Knots,” said Bean briskly. She started knotting her own strings. Knot, knot, knot. Knot. Wait. She had tied one string to another. Bummer. “My string’s all bunched up,” said Ivy.