"Tomorrow again at the clearing." This is how Alva arranges to meet her new friend Toni in the forest every day. There, the two spend their summer vacation and create a fantasy world full of magical creatures. In the girls' imagination, moss gnomes, bellins and sparks of light populate the forest, but dangers also lurk: Aurelia, the guardian of the forest and the light, is threatened by dark forces. While Toni extends their joint forays through the forest further and further in order to save Aurelia, Alva shies away from the often reckless search operations. Why is this game so important to Toni? Does it have anything to do with the fact that she disappears for a few days without explanation and seems much more introverted afterwards? When Alva finally realizes what her adventure is really about, she has to help her new friend before it's too late.
|Book cover||Hard cover|
|Product type||Children's + Teenage books|
|Genre||Children's & Youth Book|
|Number of pages||240|
|Minimum age||11 years|