Description - The Songweavers by Kathleen McDonnell
Ages 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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(135mm x 195mm x 18mm)
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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.