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DWJDeutsches Waffen Journal (German: German Weapons Journal)
DWJDiana Wynne Jones (Fantasy author)
DWJDepartment of World Justice (role-playing game and fictional organization)
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The 2006 Oscar-nominee is an animated fantasy film, freely adapted from the Diana Wynne Jones novel of the same name.
Brittani Ivan was the winner of this year's Alexei Kondratiev Student Paper Award at Mythcon, and her essay considers the border between the mundane world and the fantasy world; deliberately fluid and mobile in Diana Wynne Jones's Hexwood, and a solid presence central to the plots of Garth Nix's Old Kingdoms series.
With nods to the humorous fantasies of Lloyd Alexander and Diana Wynne Jones, this is a delight from start to finish.
This quote, which is the opening line from Diana Wynne Jones' Howl's Moving Castle inspired me to become a writer, as it struck an instant chord.
Everyone knows Harry Potter (or they should!) but have you tried Diana Wynne Jones' wonderful stories about schools and students of magic?
Rowling, Diana Wynne Jones, and Terry Pratchett's works engages and also educates the young reader, helping that reader to become mature and a more ethical individual.
Witch Week (The Chrestomanci Series, Book 3 paperback), PS5.24, by Diana Wynne Jones, from Amazon.
After receiving a terminal cancer diagnosis, Diana Wynne Jones decided it was time to sort and organize the manuscripts, lectures, articles, and reviews saved from over forty years of writing.
Jill Murphy's Worst Witch series, by Diana Wynne Jones and wonderful The Changeover by Margaret Mahy who sadly died this week.
Earwig and the Witch by Diana Wynne Jones, pounds 6.99h/b (HarperCollins) DIANA Wynne Jones has delighted readers for years.
I generally read plays but have just finished Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones. It's so much better than the film.
Several British children's authors, such as Diana Wynne Jones and Jacqueline Wilson, are on the list of almost 168 contenders from 61 countries.