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Keaghan Through the Dream Doors (The Tales of Dreamside, #2) J. Daniel Batt

Keaghan Through the Dream Doors (The Tales of Dreamside, #2)

J. Daniel Batt

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ISBN : 9780991281367
Paperback
100 pages
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Book II in The Tales of Dreamside series: This is the story of Keaghan. His adventure began with one wrong turn around a strange corner in his otherwise normal house. Then he took another wrong turn around a stranger corner. Keaghans wrong turnsMoreBook II in The Tales of Dreamside series: This is the story of Keaghan. His adventure began with one wrong turn around a strange corner in his otherwise normal house. Then he took another wrong turn around a stranger corner. Keaghans wrong turns brought him to the Dreamside of his house. Youve never heard of Dreamside? Your house has one. Just like it has an inside and an outside, it has a Dreamside. Dreamside is a strange world of twisting hallways, a labyrinth just beyond the walls (and through and between also) of your own home. In the world of Dreamside, Keaghan met the Knitters (or the Aos Si as they like to be called) who knitted the holes in reality. You havent seen any holes in reality? Then your home must have really good Knitters! Keaghan has stumbled into the strange world of Dreamside again. But instead of being greeted by the Knitters, he discovers his Dreamside has been raided and destroyed by vicious creatures called the Tomsi. Keaghan must journey to the Heart of Dream to discover why and what he must do next. PRAISE FOR BOOK I: KEAGHAN IN DREAMSIDE As someone who has spent the majority of her life working in one form or fashion with elementary aged kids, I am always on the lookout for books that this particular age group would find intriguing and keep them turning the pages. Upon finishing Keaghan in Dreamside, I realized that this was one of those types of books: a book with an engaging main character, fully imagined and realized world, and an adventure (and who doesnt love a good adventure?). http: //ahandfulofconfetti.wordpress.com/ - Merin Reviews This was the cutest story, very imaginative, elaborate, and with the right dose of mystery and lesson, delivered in an easy-to-read and entertaining format. My first reaction to the book was that it was too short, I wanted it to go on for a little bit longer. But after I finished it and had the time to ponder about it, I realized that everything that needed to be said was said in the allegory and there was nothing left to complete- my wanting to read more was a testament to how much I liked the story and how eager I was to read more about these engaging characters, perhaps in another adventure. - Megans Blog I found this to be a very entertaining short story for children ages seven and up. A read alone book for about grade 4 and a read with a parent for below. Nicely written, easy to comprehend for young readers and with a good moral lesson, this is a book we recommend to parents. - Parents Little Black Book