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100 Cupboards Series by N.D. Wilson
100 Cupboards Series
Published, (Random House Children's Books). Media type, Print. Pages, ISBN · Followed by, Dandelion Fire. Cupboards is a fantasy children's book by N. D. Wilson. The first book in the Cupboards Trilogy, it is followed by Dandelion Fire and The Chestnut King. Beloved Pictures acquired the rights to a film adaption of the novel in the.
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Henry discovers cupboards that lead to other worlds in this complex middle grades fantasy series that mirrors the creation-fall-redemption narrative framework of Scripture. Recommended For: Ages 10 and up and adventurous 9 year olds who love complex fantasy; for fantasy-loving families, this works well as a read aloud for ages 10 and up. In this first book of the trilogy, we meet Henry York, nephew to Frank Willis and his cheery wife, Dottie, and cousin to Henrietta, Penelope, and Anastasia. Henry is living with them for the summer, and they happen to live, ironically enough, in Henry, Kansas Henry is from back East. And then Henry and his cousin let loose a witch from another world. And Henry discovers that he himself might be from another world….
The main protagonist is a twelve-year-old boy named Henry York , and the series centers around his search for his true parents and his struggles against the undying witch Nimiane. The series is named after one hundred magical cupboards that are used to travel to other worlds. Henry P. On his first night there, Henry sneaks out of his attic bedroom to go to the bathroom. Instead, he discovers that the door is closed and the light is on. He waits and sees a short man emerge from the bathroom and enter Grandfather's bedroom, a room that has been locked since Grandfather died two years previously.
Reason for categorization in this age group: Reading level, mild violence, mild creepiness. His parents, both writers, were kidnapped while on a bike trip across the country, and it's anyone's guess when they'll be recovered, but fortunately Henry's Aunt Dorothy and eccentric Uncle Frank are more than willing to accept the boy. Henry is introduced to his cousins Anastasia, Henrietta and Penelope, and at the same time introduced to an entirely foreign way of life. He gets to ride in the back of his uncle's truck, for one, while his parents would have had him doing P. He also learns to play baseball with Zeke Johnson.