By (author) Kathleen McDonnell
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Songweavers by Kathleen McDonnell
Book DescriptionAges 9 to 13 years. Has Peggy destroyed the imaginative universe she created? As a teenager she has plenty on her mind without having to take care of Notherland, the imaginary world she created as a child. When a chance comes to cut her ties, she takes it, not knowing that by doing so she is destroying the other world. It falls to her old friends -- Molly the pirate doll, Gavi the philosopher-loon and Mi the Nordling -- to try to set things right again. Mi begins a dangerous journey to the realm of the Songweavers, the source of all creativity in the universe, to bring Notherland back to life. But can Mi succeed without the help of her creator? And will Peggy be able to find her lost love, Jackpine, whom she last saw in the other world? Will Peggy once again step up and become the hero of her own story? This is the final book in the fantasy trilogy that began with "The Nordlings" (9781896764238) and continued with "The Shining World" (9781896764795).
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781897187425
(135mm x 195mm x 18mm)
Imprint: Second Story Press
Publisher: Second Story Press
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2008
Country of Publication: Canada
Books By Author Kathleen McDonnell
1212, Paperback (November 2006)
In a world where thousands are dying over matters of religion, Where do you go? What do you believe? Who do you put your own faith in? Based on a true story of a peaceful crusade in 1212 led by children of different faiths, this book traces the lives of three characters as they try to find answers to these persistent questions.
Honey, We Lost the Kids, Paperback (December 2005)
Remember when children grew up in well-defined stages? Adults tried to keep whole areas of life hidden from them and allowed them to step out into the adult world in an orderly, gradual fashion, according to a schedule determined by grown-ups. This book warns us that we can't go back to that time when grown-ups and kids knew their place.
Putting on a Show, Paperback (October 2004)
Using four of Kathleen's original plays, which have toured in Canada and the United States, as the centrepiece, this book talks about the history of theatre and drama, with a who's who of players, including descriptions of the roles of actors, directors, playwrights, choreographers, producers, designers, and more.
Shining World, Paperback (October 2003)» View all books by Kathleen McDonnell
Suitable for ages 9 to 13 years, this second book is a sequel to "The Nordlings". When the story opens, sixteen-year-old Peggy has gone up north to plant trees for the summer, hoping to make enough money to finally get out of her mother's house and gain her independence. On a visit to a petroglyph site, she finds herself transported to Notherland.
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Author Biography - Kathleen McDonnell
Kathleen McDonnell is an award-winning playwright and author of adult and children's literature. Born in Chicago and now living in Toronto, she is a frequent contributor to the CBC and other media.
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