The Heart Of Applebutter Hill

The Heart Of Applebutter Hill

by Donna W. Hill
The Heart Of Applebutter Hill

The Heart Of Applebutter Hill

by Donna W. Hill



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Imagine you're 14 and in a strange country with your camera, your best friend, her guitar and her dog. You uncover a secret and are instantly in danger. Join Baggy, Abigail and Curly Connor as they explore Elfin Pond, sneak around Bar Gundoom Castle and row across an underground lake. The powerful Heartstone of Arden-Goth is hidden nearby, and corporate giants unleash a spy to seize it. Compelled to unmask the spy and find the Heartstone, they can't trust anyone.

As summer heats up, their troubled friend Christopher is viciously bullied and an armed stranger terrorizes Abigail and Baggy. The friends disagree about the spy's identity, but are convinced it's a teacher. When a desperate Christopher shows up one night with a terrified cat, the truth is revealed. Soon, police are involved.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016415000
Publisher: Donna W. Hill
Publication date: 05/25/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Writer, speaker and musician Donna W. Hill lives among the frogs and birds with Rich, her photographer husband, in Pennsylvania's Endless Mountains. They enjoy long walks with Hunter, their Labrador retriever, and lap-time with their rescued orange tabby, Goofus.

Donna is a songwriter with three recordings: Rainbow Colors, Harvest and The Last Straw. A journalist for numerous online magazines, her subjects range from music, writing and accessibility to chocolate and knitting. An experienced talk show guest and guest blogger, her articles and stories have appeared in numerous books and magazines.

Her passion is educating the public about the unnecessary obstacles and social justice issues facing blind Americans, as well as their true abilities. To this end, she volunteers as a publicist for the nonprofit National Federation of the Blind. Her press releases have resulted in stories about exceptional blind individuals in newspapers and other media throughout the country.

Hill's 2009 series on the Braille literacy crisis in the online magazine American Chronicle, which has been republished on countless other sites, remains the most extensive series on this issue written for general audiences. Proceeds from the sale of The Heart of Applebutter Hill provide Braille books to young blind writers.

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