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N. E. Bode
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In the Delaware Library Catalog
The Slippery Map by
Publication Date: 2007-09-18
Oyster R. Motel, a lonely boy raised as a foundling in a Baltimore nunnery, travels through a portal to the imaginary world of his parents, where he heroically confronts the villainous Dark Mouth.
The Somebodies by
Publication Date: 2006-09-05
Continuing her magical adventures, Fern travels with Howard to an underground city to save the Anybodies from the horrible Blue Queen, who sucks the souls out of books.
Publication Date: 2005-06-14
Now reunited with her real family, eleven-year-old Fern goes to a camp to learn to practice the Anybody magic, where she unexpectedly faces the evil Mole, who has imprisoned the mysterious Nobodies in his factory basement
The Anybodies by
Publication Date: 2004-05-25
After learning that she is not the biological daughter of boring Mr. and Mrs. Drudger, Fern embarks on magical adventures with her real father and finally finds "a place that feels like home."