Secret of Council Hill

Secret of Council Hill

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ISBN-13: 9780970080905
Publisher: Pyxis Press
Publication date: 08/28/2000
Series: Council Hill Adventure Series
Pages: 136
Product dimensions: 5.47(w) x 8.46(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range: 7 - 11 Years

Table of Contents

1.The Guest Room1
2.Beth and Ryan7
3.Into Council Wood11
4.Laughing Cloud18
5.Home24
6.The Council Tree28
7.Crow's Plan35
8.Into Council Hill42
9.Roots of the Earth47
10.Winding Caverns53
11.Gandhar58
12.March to the Shrine63
13.Madriva68
14.Drishad74
15.Saudaheva's Treachery83
16.Battle in the Hollow88
17.Karhada Keep94
18.Beneath the Palace100
19.Rats106
20.The North Tower114
21.Drishad's Stand120
22.Panagati124
23.Back to the Park129

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Secret of Council Hill 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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The book titled The Secret of Council Hill has a very interesting plot. In the beggining of the book a boy and his cousin go to the part for something to do. The boy dares his cousin to go back into the woods. She does, and she and her cousin get lost. An Indian named Laughing Cloud finds the children and invites them to stay with him. The cousins learn that there are caves connected to Lauphing Cloud's house. The caves lead all over the world. The cousins enter the caves and come out among the ancient ruins of an ancient city. They talk to the elephants that live there. They meet a boy who is an escaped slave of his uncle's kingdom. The boy's evil uncle captures the children, and takes them to his castle. In the castle the children meet bats who fly the away from the evil castle, and back to safety. Also, while in the castle the evil uncle falls from a window while trying to capture the children and dies.The kingdom is saved and the children return home. In the begging of the story the main characters hate each other. At the end they realize how much they mean to each other. The settings in the story work well with the plot of the story. The theme is that justice will prevail. Also sometimes change isn't for the best. This book was written by Hap Arnold who recentlly had the sequal to this book published.