Harper and the Night Forest

Publisher: Scholastic

When the Wild Conductor asks Harper to help him capture the Ice Raven in the Night Forest so he can make beautiful music, she is happy to help. But as she and her friends discover that the Ice Raven has a story of her own, they begin to doubt the rightness of their actions.

The Night Forest is full of magic, fairy tales and mysterious tree writing - but nothing quite makes sense and Harper and her team must work hard to discover the truth and make some difficult decisions.

This is the third book in a series featuring Harper and her diverse group of human and animal friends. A magical fantasy adventure that raises some interesting ethical questions and is ideal for younger readers who are looking for more complex ideas and story structure.

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