The Seeing Scroll

The Seeing Scroll

by J.T. Grobler


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A week after her granddad died, he sent her a key.

But why would he hide?

A page-turning mystery with a wee bit of fantasy. For ages 9 to 99.

With the help of her drama-king best friend, Gia Lance discovers an enchanted scroll which lures her with fragments of visions. But what do they mean? How does the scroll decide what someone sees?

Their quest to unravel the mystery leads to a secret garden, the tale of a lost ship, and the legendary secrets of the Seeing Scroll. But whose secrets are they? Do they have something to do with her granddad's disappearance? More importantly, is it wise to trust an enchanted parchment?

The more they hunt for her granddad, the more startling, and the more personal the scroll's secrets become. But they soon realise - there are people hunting for the scroll! Dangerous people, who clearly will do anything to ensure their secrets remain buried.

Can Gia evade them and figure out what happened to her granddad without being duped by the scroll's delicious secrets?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780620913850
Publisher: Julie-Ann Grobler
Publication date: 01/18/2021
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.39(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

I live with my awesome husband and phenomenal daughter. We share our space with two formidable, but kind souled, Staffordshire terriers - my dog of choice. But honestly, anything that let's me hug it, surely has a kind soul.
When I'm not writing, I'm probably strolling with my furry friends through the local farmer's vineyards or dawdling along the beach. I can often be found watching an active slipway.
I'm also blessed with a pair of African Grey parrots who love to jabber about what I said earlier.
My favourite authors while growing up were Enid Blyton, and Carolyn Keene. What bliss it was, solving those mysteries. And when I got my hands on Mrs Frisby and the Rats of NIMH, followed shortly by The Water Babies, a love of fantasy was born.
I got my first writing job from a third-grade teacher - 100 lines of I must not eat in class.

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