Shannon: Lost and Found, San Francisco, 1880

Shannon: Lost and Found, San Francisco, 1880

Kathleen V. Kudlinski / Apr 21, 2021

Shannon Lost and Found San Francisco In these second books for each of the Girlhood Journeys heroines young readers will follow the further exciting adventures of Juliet Shannon Marie and Kai With Juliet travel back to th century

  • Title: Shannon: Lost and Found, San Francisco, 1880
  • Author: Kathleen V. Kudlinski
  • ISBN: 9780689809880
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these second books for each of the Girlhood Journeys heroines, young readers will follow the further exciting adventures of Juliet, Shannon, Marie, and Kai With Juliet, travel back to 14th century England for intrigue and danger, or join Shannon in 1880 s San Francisco for mystery and sleuthing Marie will take you to 18th century to the world of ballet, and Kai to herIn these second books for each of the Girlhood Journeys heroines, young readers will follow the further exciting adventures of Juliet, Shannon, Marie, and Kai With Juliet, travel back to 14th century England for intrigue and danger, or join Shannon in 1880 s San Francisco for mystery and sleuthing Marie will take you to 18th century to the world of ballet, and Kai to her 15th century Yoruban village in Africa Watch as their adventures take wing

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    About "Kathleen V. Kudlinski"

      • Kathleen V. Kudlinski

        Kathleen Kudlinski is the author of 40 children s books Her works range from picture books to the YA level and include natural history, biographies and historical novels When not writing, she is a popular speaker and writing instructor Building on a BS in Biology and six years of classroom teaching experience, Kathleen later trained as a Master Teaching Artist with the Connecticut Commission on the Arts as well as presenting at regional and national conferences Now she eagerly Skypes with classroom, book , and home school groups, world wide In her spare time, she paints and leads several SCBWI Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators critique groups, and teaches writing for children She writes at home beside a deep, wild lake in Guilford CT or at her woodland cabin in Weathersfield, VT with a a rescue macaw clinging to her shoulder and a pitbull warming her feet.


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