Arlo Finch in the Lake of the Moon (MP3 CD)
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This is book number 2 in the Arlo Finch series.
Spring 2019 Kids Indie Next List
“The mysteries of the Long Woods deepen in this surprising sequel as Arlo and friends head off to Camp Redfeather for the summer. It’s a camping experience just like you remember — if your summer camp came with doppelgängers, time travel, and a lake monster! Author John August’s masterstroke is making us love Arlo Finch in the Lake of the Moon even more than the first book in the series. Anyone who read and enjoyed Arlo Finch in the Valley of Fire is going to devour book two.”
— Gibran Graham, The Briar Patch, Bangor, ME
From acclaimed screenwriter John August, Arlo Finch in the Lake of the Moon continues the spellbinding fantasy adventure series about the magic that lies just beyond our world
Something was coming. Arlo felt certain about that.
For Arlo Finch and the Rangers of Pine Mountain Company, summer camp is more than canoeing and hiking. It's also a chance to search for ancient forest spirits and discover mysterious messages encoded in tree bark. But when Arlo and his best friends Indra and Wu stumble upon clues about the long-lost Yellow Patrol, Arlo uncovers a stunning history that leads right back to his very own family.
Sophronia Angelina Temminnick spends her days running around on adventures in her family’s Victorian country home in a very un-ladylike manner. So to prepare her to enter society as she becomes a young woman, her family enrolls her into Mademoiselle Geraldine’s Finishing Academy for Young Ladies of Quality. But the school isn’t what Sophronia expects… firstly, it’s not in any sort of building but a giant, floating dirigible! Although she and her new classmates do learn dance, dress, and etiquette, she soon realizes that the school is also an academy to use feminine guiles for more sinister aims like espionage, manipulation, and even assassination! Sophronia’s lessons at Mademoiselle Geraldine’s include learning how to poison with proper tea service and the ins and outs of the aristocracy from a Vampire. With the author’s dry humor and wit, this series both celebrates and satirizes the steam punk world. An exciting, saucy, and hilarious read! - Linnea