The Stolen Child
Henry Day is 7 years old when he runs away into the woods near his home. He's kidnapped by the fairies who live in the woods, and a fairy “changeling” is put in his place. Henry is newly named “Aniday” by the fairies, and the changeling is successful in convincing all but his new father that he is “Henry.”
The fairies or “hobgoblins” are essentially a feral band of orphans living by whatever they can find edible in the woods, and stealing from the t...
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