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The Librarian: Little Boy Lost by Eric Hobbs (13)

  • Kindle: 1177 KB
  • Print: 171 pages
  • Publication Date: September 22, 2011
  • ASIN: B005R55ERM



Wesley thought he'd found a way to escape his middle school problems...
Now a Lost Boy has a knife to his throat.
That's the kind of thing that can happen in Astoria's library. Neverland? Wonderland? Oz? They're all a reality and just a few steps away.
But the opportunity for adventure has come with a price.
Wes will soon realize that his fight with a Lost Boy is the least of his concerns. There's a war brewing for the magic hiding within Astoria's library. And if Wesley isn't careful, he and his friends may find themselves on the battlefield ready to face off against some of the most terrifying villains of all time!
You'll love this fast-paced adventure series because it offers children a chance to seethe classics in a brand new way: through the eyes of kids just like them!


AUTHOR BIO:
Eric Hobbs is the author of the graphic novels Awakenings, The Broadcast, and The Librarian. He lives in Kokomo, Indiana.


REVIEW:
What an adventure!!
This story follows kids on a library trip. What happens on this visit is so cool that I am left wanting more.
As a book lover, the idea of a library being the setting is awesome enough, then you add elements of existing classic stories and you have a smash!!  
The magic and adventure in this book is perfect for young readers. Not too scary, and packed fun of things they will connect to.
I look forward to the other book in this series. I hope it is just as much fun!


4/5



**Compensation may be earned from the link within. This copy was obtained free on Amazon. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.

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