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Howl's Moving Castle

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 44,695 Ratings and 3,489 Reviews

Book Description
Howls Moving Castle was written by Diana Wynne Jones. Howls Moving Castle was published by Collins. Subjects of Howls Moving Castle include Children's Books, and Fantasy.
Book Information
BindingHardcover (33 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages256
Publication Date10/02/2000
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About Diana Wynne Jones (Author) : Diana Wynne Jones is a published author, compiler, editor, and a translator of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Diana Wynne Jones include Yes Dear, Everard's ri... more
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4/17/2010 Kate Russell said: I love Diana Wynne Jones. Her books have lots of humour and magic in them and Howl particularly is a wonderful character. Read it, and then catch the Hayao Miyazaki movie adaptation, which is very enjoyable.
tags: I recommend

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7/12/2009 Julian North tagged as: I recommend

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2/17/2009 jenny link said:
I love this book as it gives a strong will to the main charater sophie. We don't get to see many female character who don't cry and swoon into mens arms all the time. In fact she turns into an old not so beautiful granny and spends most of her time cleaning! But her effects on the people she meet... more

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12/23/2008 Ali B said: 63308
tags: fairy tales

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8/31/2007 Elizabeth Bluemle tagged as: I Read

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8/24/2007 peta jinnath andersen said: Interesting take on fairytale lands; some subtle hints scattered throughout the text that I found useful for learning.
tags: learning tool, fairytale

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