FREE READER µ DOC Raising Sleeping Stones

DOC Raising Sleeping Stones

FREE READER µ DOC Raising Sleeping Stones ´ Winner of a 2013 Newbury Comics AwardWhen sisters Kiva and DeeDee Stone discover a mysterious plot that threatens them and everything they care about they have to take a crash course in the ancient art of DreamKeeping to survive As two elder DreamKeepers lead them up the Varruvyen river to the EyNight strong enough to fight the enemies that draw nearer each day? The answer lies somewhere in the broken history of Orora Crona the Valley of Dreams lost centuries ago and whoever can piece it together first will rule for centuries to com I have to admit I am an adult and even though this book is meant to be read by younger readers I got pulled in and thoroughly enjoyed it In the beginning one is introduced to the complex society and its structured ways in which two sisters Kiva and DeeDee need to find their way The boundaries and strict rules threaten to pull them into a life of servitude but as kids they still have so much unexplored potential I love how vivid and colorful the writing is that makes the many facets of this new world come to life You really get engaged with the main characters and along the way get to meet new interesting personas explore new environments and think about how we live life ourselves What potential within ourselves are we not tapping into The interactive aspect of this online experience makes it even fun I love the music and the ability to not just read but to also play All in all I can't wait for the second installment in order to follow the adventure

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DreamKeepers lead them up the Varruvyen river to the Eyle of Return they show the girls how to gain dream powers greater than anything they had ever imagined But can they become strong enough to face the monsters that haunt their dreams at Dystopic settings continue to be popular for teen and younger readers I’m not usually a fan of grim hopeless worlds but these two books gave me a modicum of insight into why they appeal In a society in which the normal pattern of childhood and adolescentapprenticeship years has become distorted for whatever reason young characters acuire agency autonomy responsibility freedom to make choices and changes they might not otherwise haveRaising Sleeping Stones The Orora Crona Chronicles Book 1 begins with nicely executed world building and an appealing central character and her annoying younger sister With deft strokes that never overwhelm the action Bennet creates a world dominated by Guilds in which every effort is directed toward building the city further and further westward Every “Move Up Day” families pack up and move into new housing their address determined by their contributions to the work Children focus on narrowly work related skills aiming at admission to prestigious Guilds Creativity and accuracy are sacrificed for speed The culture hurtles to an unsustainable future as ever pressure comes to bear on its fragile and fracturing human inhabitants Of course secrets lie buried in the direction of the abandoned husks as our two children discover The skill of the world building and the dramatic twists kept me reading for uite some time Another strength were the charming illustrations and sheer imagination In the end though I found the story bogged down in long descriptions characters telling one another what they already knew adults talking like teens and other aspects that might not be experienced as flaws for the intended audience I suspect that younger readers will eat it up however and this book and its seuels will be excellent for reading and discussing together as a familyI received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review

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Raising Sleeping StonesWinner of a 2013 Newbury Comics AwardWhen sisters Kiva and DeeDee Stone discover a mysterious plot that threatens them and everything they care about they have to take a crash course in the ancient art of DreamKeeping to survive As two elder Kiva is such an amazing characterHer journey was mesmerizing as well as her dreams wereThis book left me wanting for and even though it is for middle aged kids and I am not it didn't affect me at all