Lynette Ferreira is a young adult author who writes young adult novels. Her stories are epic adventures about first love, set mostly in supernatural worlds, and often dips its toes in a dark ocean of social issues.
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Adam Shaughnessy is an author and educator. He received his BA in English from Connecticut College and is currently pursuing his MA in children’s literature from Hollins University. Adam lives in Waterford, Connecticut. The Entirely True Story of the Unbelievable FIB is his first novel.
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Over the Underworld (The Unbelievable FIB Series #2) based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
In Adam Shaughnessy's second book in The Unbelievable FIB series, readers are reunited with Pru, Mister Fox, Odin, Thor, Ratatosk (the insult squirrel), and even Mrs. Edleman but this time the events are told from ABE's point of view. The Unbelievable FIB: Over the Underworld has many twists, turns, and cliffhangers that will leave the reader yearning for more. Join ABE, Pru, and Mister Fox for this next tale. It is a new year, a new grade, a new teacher, and a new adventure. So much can (and does) happen.
The second book in Adam Shaughnessy’s, The Unbelievable FIB series opens with ABE and Pru heading back to school. They haven’t heard a word from Mister Fox and his Fantasy Investigation Bureau in a year, and they miss him and it. The only reminders they have of their previous adventure as FIBBERS are two miniature henhouses which hold their magical looking glasses. When Old Man Griminir, aka Odin, returns to their hometown they soon find themselves sent on another mission. Over the Underworld, is an entertaining story for middle grade readers. Based on Norse mythology, it’s a tale about two best friends who have to work together to solve riddles as they try to save themselves and the world. ABE is an interesting character. With a name that’s an acronym, he’s a bit of a nerd, a literal walking dictionary. I like the way the author sprinkles some vocabulary building words throughout the book and gives their meanings. I also like that the kids have to use their brains to figure out what’s going on and what they have to do. A great read about friendship, bravery and standing up for yourself and your friends.
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