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Book Title: The Hidden Kingdom|
The author of the book: Tui T. Sutherland
Edition: Scholastic Fiction
Date of issue: October 2nd 2014
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And yet another gem of an addition to this awesome series! Can I just say wow! I love how every dragon has it's own unique personality. To me the characters seem well developed. Yes, I realize this is a middle grade book but let me say if me, a teenager, can really enjoy this book (and for that matter all the books in this series) then the series is definitely worth reading! I say it doesn't matter all that much if a book is in the YA section or the juvenile section in the library as long as it's a good book! And therefore, I have no qualms with reading books that are considered "middle grade" fiction. Imagination knows no bounds :) . Okay so now that we've go that out of the way let's get on to the review!
I love the excitement, the surprises, and the adventure! So far with each book I've read in the series I sympathize most with the character that's telling the story; probably because I'm inside that characters head! So far I've been "inside" Clay, Tsunami, and Glory's head. The next book is going to be told from Starflight's point of view. Now let me just say he's the dragonet of destiny that I least like. Ever since Morowseer took him to the Nightwing kingdom, he's been acting weird. I mean, weirder than normal. Really, I think that deep down, he's a good lil' dragon but he still seems might suspicious to me! So we'll just have to see how that goes. Oh, and can I just mention how much I LOVE all this horrible betrayal thing that's going on?! The whole struggle of ending the war and the question of "Who's gonna be queen of the Sandwings?" just really sparks my interest! And the fact that none of the Sandwing queens seem to be deserving of the thrown is quite a problem. I'm really excited to see how that turns out! And HM. I really am just going on and on about this aren't I! I promise, no matter what age you are you'll absolutely love this series! I'd recommend this series to anyone! Well.....except for really little kids. Okay then, little kids. And ADULTS. Hey, they can totally stick to their philosophical books. And there health books. And their weird/violent mystery books. And really any other kind of books that adults read. Unless of course, they happen to have an awesome imagination. Then they'll find that they love the books just as much as us "kids" do!
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Read information about the authorOkay, I know what you’re thinking. Tui? What kind of name is that? Is it short for something?
Nope. Among the many great things to come out of New Zealand (the Lord of the Rings movies, cats that paint, my mom) is a bird called the tui—not as well known as the kiwi, but a heck of a lot noisier!
I was born July 31 (same birthday as Harry Potter!) in Caracas, Venezuela, and lived in Asuncion, Paraguay; Miami, Florida; and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, before moving to New Jersey in high school, where I started doing theatre—mostly backstage work, because (a) it was fun, and (b) you got to hang out in the dark with cute boys. (Er, I mean . . . because it was artistically fulfilling, yes.)
I graduated from Williams College in ’98 and I currently live in Boston with my husband, my perfect new baby, and my adorable yoodle Sunshine (what’s a yoodle? A puppy that’s three-quarters poodle and one-quarter Yorkshire terrier, of course!).
Much to my parents’ relief, I abandoned my theatrical aspirations after college for the far more stable and lucrative career of fiction writing.
My first two official books were beginning readers, part of Grosset & Dunlap’s “First Friends” series for kids learning to read. MEET MO AND ELLA is tough to find now, but FUN WITH MO AND ELLA should still be out there somewhere.
My first novel for teenagers was THIS MUST BE LOVE, which retells Shakespeare’s play A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a modern-day high school, from the POV of the two heroines, Hermia and Helena.
And now I'm writing in a new project called SEEKERS! It's a children's book series that I'm writing with Erin Hunter. Check out my blog to find out more!
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