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Tales of the Whosawhachits

By Patricia O'Grady
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  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Isbn : 9781452025063
  • Pages : 260
  • Category : Fiction
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An enchanting tale revolves around a young boy Kyle Janis. His journey begins when he stumbles upon the secret entrance way to the underworld realms of fairies, trolls, gnomes, and mysterious whosawhachits. He is held prisoner by the impish purple whosawhachits; and the realms must go to war to free him. He finds himself caught in their battle for the title of key holder of the realms and possession of the magical diamond key. This delightful story and its charming characters is an entertaining adventure which will leave you wanting more. The boy discovers that the underworld realms are responsible for many unexplained mysteries. Kyle is finally rescued by the gnomes and returned home, only to find that no one believes the missing boys tales of secret lands and magical creatures. This book and its endearing characters will capture the hearts of both boys and girls, and has received rave reviews. This is book one of the series.

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