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The Orphan's Tales: In the Night Garden
Nightgardencover

Cover Art

Jon Foster

Illustrator

Michael Kaluta

Year Published

2006

Page Count

483

Publisher

Bantam Spectra

ISBN

0-553-38403-1

The Orphan's Tales: In the Night Garden is the first volume in the series.

Table of ContentsEdit

The Book of the SteppeEdit

  • Prelude
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose
  • In the Garden
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Witch's Tale
        • Grandmother's Tale
          • The Horsewoman's Tale
        • Grandmother's Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
        • Grandmother's Tale, Continued
  • [Untitled scene In the Garden]
        • Grandmother's Tale, Continued
          • The Wolf´s Tale
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
          • The Wolf´s Tale, Continued
        • Grandmother´s Tale, Continued
  • In the Garden
        • Grandmother´s Tale, Continued
  • Out of the Garden
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Nursemaid´s Tale
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Other Prince´s Tale
  • In the Garden
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Tavern-Keeper´s Tale
        • The Tale of the Harpoon and the Heron
          • The Star´s Tale
        • The Tale of the Harpoon and the Heron, Continued
      • The Tavern-Keeper´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Discourse of the Marsh King
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Leucrotta´s Tale
        • The Beast-Maiden´s Tale
      • The Leucrotta´s Tale, Continued
  • In the Tower
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
        • The Wizard´s Tale
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
        • The Wizard´s Tale, Continued
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Witch´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
  • In the Garden
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The Gosling´s Tale
        • The Firebird´s Tale
          • The Gardener´s Tale
            • The Tale of the Boy Who Found Death
          • The Gardener´s Tale, Continued
        • The Firebird´s Tale , Continued
      • The Gosling´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Continued
      • The King´s Tale
        • The Tale of the Eight-Chambered Heart
      • The King´s Tale, Continued
    • The Tale of the Prince and the Goose, Concluded
  • Into the Dawn

The Book of the SeaEdit

  • In the Palace
  • In the Garden
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale
        • The City´s Tale
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
        • The Assassin´s Tale
          • The Tale of the Black Papess
            • The Necromancer´s Tale
              • The Tale of the Man Dressed in the Moon
            • The Necromancer´s Tale, Continued
          • The Tale of the Black Papess, Continued
        • The Assassin´s Tale, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
  • In the Garden
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
        • The Tale of Saint Sigrid
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
        • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
          • The Tale of the Good Trick
            • The Tale of the Loon, the Otter, and the Star
              • The Tale of the Ship, the Canoe, and the Raft
            • The Tale of the Loon, the Otter, and the Star, Continued
          • The Tale of the Good Trick, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
          • The Tale of the Good Trick, Continued
      • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
  • In the Garden
      • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
        • The Tale of the Griffin and the King
          • The Monopod´s Tale
        • The Tale of the Griffin and the King, Continued
          • The Tale of the Griffin and the Anchorite
        • The Tale of the Griffin and the King, Continued
      • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
        • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
          • The Tale of the Satyr and the Selkie
            • The Tale of the Skin
          • The Tale of the Satyr and the Selkie, Continued
        • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
          • The Second Griffin´s Tale
            • The Anchorite´s Tale
          • The Second Griffin´s Tale, Continued
  • In the Garden
          • The Second Griffin´s Tale, Continued
        • The Tale of Saint Sigrid, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
        • The Tale of the Game
      • The Net-Weaver´s Tale, Continued
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
      • The Magyr´s Tale
        • The Tale of the Crew
      • The Magyr´s tale, Continued
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
  • In the Garden
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
      • The Net-Weaver´s Second Tale
        • The Skin-Peddler´s Tale
      • The Net-Weaver´s Second Tale, Continued
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
  • In the Garden
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Continued
      • The Tale of the Captain and the Crone
    • The Pale Girl´s Tale, Concluded
  • In the Garden

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CharactersEdit

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