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"But what she noticed first was a bright red wooden tray with a number of rings on it. They were in pairs - a yellow one and a green one together, than a little space, and then another yellow one and another green one. They were no bigger than ordinary rings, and no one could help noticing them because they were so bright." Chapter 1, pg. 9

"It was too late. Exactly as he spoke, Polly's hand went out to touch one of the rings. And immediately, without a flash or a noise or a warning of any sort, there was no Polly. Digory and his Uncle were alone in the room." Chapter 2, pg. 14

"The stuff of which both were made had all come from the wood. The stuff in the yellow Rings had the power of drawing you into the wood; it was stuff that wanted to get back to...

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