After the war with Paksahara peace is in the queendom of Vastia. The three familiars Aldwyn, Skyler, and Gilbert are well-known heroes now. But all of a sudden, when a birthday celebration goes wrong and Queen Loranella is on the receiving end of a not so friendly curse, the three familiars are the prime suspects. After escaping the palace dungeons, they take on a quest to clear their names. This quest will lead them all across Vastia and even into the magical and ever-changing land of dreams.
I started reading because I have read the previous three books, so when this book came out, I was intrigued and wanted to read it.
I kept on reading because although the beginning was slow, in the middle it really added some twists and turns which made it hard to guess the ending.
If they were in a yearbook, they would be voted Most Likely To… Aldwyn: Pull off an elaborate heist. Skylar: Become the next Albert Einstein. Gilbert: Hide.
Six Word Review: Three familiars go and save queendom.
So you just remembered that it’s almost Valentine’s Day. It’s your mother’s birthday tomorrow and you need something heartfelt. Any schmuck can buy an iTunes gift card. It takes real skill, craft, if you will, to gift something creative while low on time and budget. Never fear, a quasi-professional present procrastinator is here! Continue reading →
Teen Space presents: End of Summer Pizza Party @ Ballard 1:30 – 3:30 pm.Need a space to be creative and have fun? Come to Teen Space at the Ballard Branch — it’s a place to meet up and hang out! Join us for an end of summer pizza party. For ages 12-18.
Africa Sing! Africa Dance! @ NewHolly 1:30 – 2:30pm. Join Etienne Cakpo for an interactive performance of singing, clapping and dancing. Everyone will enjoy songs and dances from Africa. For all ages.
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Teen Space presents: Cutielicious Felt Creatures @ Delridge 2 – 4 pm.The world’s cutest miniature felt creatures are coming to the Delridge Branch! All materials supplied, join us to put them together. For ages 12-18. Continue reading →
My personal favorite out of all of these is Pinterest, a website that allows you to tag other people’s photos and websites onto your own boards. You can organize these boards however you want. One of my personal favorite things about Pinterest is the DIY projects of the Design Your Own.
There are countless ideas you can do ranging in complexity and style. Do a quick search, see for yourself, and never be bored again. 🙂
Check out the awesome events we have planned for teens all around the city next week! Sadly, this is our last week of Summer Reading activities, so be sure to check out a program! You can always look at the calendar on our website for more details.
Monday, August 20, 2012
4:30 pm Book Games for Teens @ Montlake Games include Book Bingo, Book Mad Libs, Book Go Fish, and other fun activities that get us talking about our favorite stories and characters. All you need to bring is your imagination! Continue reading →
Check out the awesome events we have planned for teens all around the city this week. You can always check the calendar on our website for more details.
Monday, August 13, 2012
3:00 pm DIY: Jewelry/Assemblages @ Columbia Bolt necklaces, washer bracelets and heavy metal belt buckles. Make your own bling out of things you can buy at the hardware store! Supplies provided by the Library. For ages 12+.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Angry Birds @ South Park Those terrible pigs are upsetting our birds! Come to the Library to create your very own evil pig and angry bird. We’ll have the materials; you bring your creativity, building and aiming skills. For ages 12-18.
Mini-Felt Creatures @ Lake City Hand stitch creepy creatures. All you have to do is show up and put them together! All materials supplied. For ages 12-18. Registration is required.
4:00 pm Game On! @ Northgate Get your game on at the Library with board games, Kinect, Wii sports, Mario Kart and Donkey Kong! Continue reading →