Author(s): Anna Fienberg
When Tashi finds poor Ning Jing hiding from her nasty Cousin Bu Li, Tashi thinks up a very spooky plan to scare him right out of the forest, and when two mysterious strangers appear in the village square, Tashi knows the demons are back. Nobody has adventures like Tashi.
Winner: 2002 Aurealis Awards in the Category of Children's Best Short Fiction.
Winner of Aurealis Award for Excellence in Fiction: Children's Short Fiction 2003 and Aurealis Award for Excellence in Fiction: Children's Short Fiction 2002.
Tashi is an appealing character from a magical far away land This is the ninth book in the Tashi series, and is sure to convince those who are not yet Tashi fans to read the whole set.' www.aussiereviews.coma marvelous world, full of adventure with a whimsical balance of humour and danger. There is no watering down of quality as the list of Tashi stories grows longer.' Bendigo Advertiser, August 2002