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First American edition.
167 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
"Originally published in the United Kingdom in paperback and in slightly different form by Nosy Crow, London, in 2019."
Ages 9-12. Delacorte Press.
As time plays tricks and night falls without warning, Johnny, Dizzy, and Charlie, who are lost in the woods, must elude the danger that lurks in shadows and work together to find a way out. Includes note about the science behind the story.
What lies in the heart of the woods? Charlie Noon and Dizzy Heron are determined to find out. When their nemesis, Johnny Baines, plays a prank on them and night falls without warning, all three end up lost in the woods, trapped in a nightmare. Unforeseen dangers and impossible puzzles lurk in the shadows. Like it or not, Charlie and Dizzy must work with Johnny if they are to find a way out. But time can be tricky....What if the night never ends?
Online version: Edge, Christopher. Longest night of Charlie Noon First American edition. New York : Delacorte Press,  9780593173107 (DLC) 2019041093
9780593173091 (library binding)
0593173090 (library binding)