The House with Chicken Legs by Sophie Anderson

Illustrated by Elisa Paganelli Cover by Melissa Castrillon

What if your house was alive, yet you were surrounded by the dead? What if you only wanted a friend but your house never stayed put long enough? Marines dreams f having a normal life like every other 12 year old girl. Unfortunately, when your grandmother is Baba Yaga, who guides the spirits between worlds, it just might be impossible. Or is it? This charming, superbly written tale, based on folklore of old, is utterly captivating! Vivid description and deeply emotional images of characters combine to create this marvellously entertaining story. The reader is transported into the book and lives the story alongside the characters.

A thoroughly enjoyable read for every reader.

5 stars for Sophie Anderson and The House with Chicken Legs.

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