Something Found

Sarah Dale (Author)
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Description

Just over a week has passed since Angie, David and Jenny said goodbye to Barb, and Alesta the German Shepherd pup. David and Jenny convince Jon and Angie to come to a dance at the neighborhood Rec Center and mysterious things begin to appear. Jenny's prophecies guide them to a magical artifact that transports the Zodiac Cusp Kids away from the dance on a world-hopping rescue that opens their eyes to a terrifying new enemy, and to some powerful magical allies closer to home than they'd dreamed.


Something Found is the fourth of seven stories drawn from Angie's diaries. Kept safely hidden for decades, they tell how the kids spent their teenage years - working with their mentor, Mr. Rakow, and Jenny's mom, Lorraine, who dabbles in witchcraft, to realize their power and battle the forces of darkness that menace their hometown.

Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Snowy Wings Publishing
Publish Date
September 01, 2020
Pages
96
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.99 X 0.23 inches | 0.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781952667084

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About the Author

Sarah Dale is an author, mom, daughter, step-mom, pack member, friend, dog-walker, cat-appreciator, library book balancer, word lover, think thinker and picture-taker living in Lincoln, Nebraska, just generally trying to get things done. In addition to the Zodiac Cusp Kids series, Dale has authored the fantasy novel, We Could Be Heroes co-authored the suspense thriller, Collision Course with Welsh author, David Owain Hughes, and her short story, Something Old, Something New, Something Cursed, Something Blue is featured in the collection of horror short stories, What Goes Around. Dale has also edited several novels for publication. Prior to working in publishing, she spent years working with teens at a busy public library, creating library programming, leading book clubs, and teaching writing workshops. Her article, Teens and Community in the Public Library: The Algebra of 'Pack' was published in Nebraska Libraries - Volume 4, No. 2 (May 2016). She is the recipient of the 1989 Victor Contoski award for Poetry Interpretation. Her novel We Could Be Heroes was published in (2016), the short story, Something Old, Something New, Something Cursed, Something Blue is included in the anthology titled, What Goes Around (2016). Her seven-book YA series is being re-released by Snowy Wings Publishing, beginning with Something Wicked in November of 2019. She has also recently edited several novels for publication. Prior to working in publishing, she spent years working with teens at a busy public library, creating library programming, leading book clubs, and teaching writing workshops. Her article, Teens and Community in the Public Library: The Algebra of 'Pack' was published in Nebraska Libraries - Volume 4, No. 2 (May 2016). She is the recipient of the 1989 Victor Contoski award for Poetry Interpretation.