Beech. Oak. Iris.

When people know you as the ugly-as-sin, child-eating witch of the forest, you don’t get many visitors—at least not willing ones. So when 12-year-old Natasha flings herself through Baba Yaga’s front door, the old witch is taken aback by the girl’s curious ambivalence toward her fate and by her general curiosity. As Baba Yaga prepares to kill Natasha, she must reevaluate the story she has inhabited for centuries...
When people know you as the ugly-as-sin, child-eating witch of the forest, you don’t get many visitors—at least not willing ones. So when 12-year-old Natasha flings herself through Baba Yaga’s front door, the old witch is taken aback by the girl’s curious ambivalence toward her fate and by her general curiosity. As Baba Yaga prepares to kill Natasha, she must reevaluate the story she has inhabited for centuries. A reimagining of the classic Eastern European tale.
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Beech. Oak. Iris.