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The Grotto Under the Tree
     

The Grotto Under the Tree

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by John A. Theo Jr.
 

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Sebastian and Sara mistakenly descend into a mystical land where elves, mermaids, gnomes and other mythological creatures live. The two discover they have stumbled into an ancient battle between these fair folk and evil creatures called the Kylo. Their guide on this journey is Capri, an elf lord who is on a quest to find his lost tribe. The Kylo chase the children

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Sebastian and Sara mistakenly descend into a mystical land where elves, mermaids, gnomes and other mythological creatures live. The two discover they have stumbled into an ancient battle between these fair folk and evil creatures called the Kylo. Their guide on this journey is Capri, an elf lord who is on a quest to find his lost tribe. The Kylo chase the children and Capri in his flying galleon north into the Arctic Circle where they find the most unlikely ally. During the final battle the children learn about sacrifice, love and ultimately forgiveness.

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ISBN-13:
9781484193808
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
02/05/2013
Pages:
124
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.29(d)

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The Grotto Under the Tree 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
GinsBookNotes More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this middle-grade fantasy story for its entertaining mixture of magic and life lessons. It keep me entertained while at the same time made me think about the message that was lying beneath the surface of the story. The two main characters, Sebastian and Sarah, are fifth grade students that decide to explore the fallen oak tree that has stood in front of their school for centuries.  During their exploration they become trapped in a cave and discover a hidden world of magic, adventure, and problems. This is one of those books that I have to share at least one of my favorite passages from. I hope it will convince you to enjoy this wonderful story and to share it with the kids in your life. A girl with fair skin and curly auburn hair raised her hand from the back row. “Miss Storm, how do we know our tree is special if we don’t see anything strange ever happen?” Miss Storm smiled. “Sara, in fairy tales as in life, there are times when you are asked to believe in things you may not be able to see.” Originally posted on Gin's Book Notes .com