Book Two

Book Two : Aly Rutherford and the Ancient Springs

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Nine-year-old Aly Rutherford's an unwilling member of the Seven, an ancient group of warriors dedicated to protecting the world from evil. Aly's mother remains trapped in a mysterious marble disc. To make matters worse, her guide Madge, a talking white raven, is now imprisoned in a similar disc, and Hoarse, Aly's other guide and Madge's mate, blames Aly for his other half's disappearance. And just to add the cherry to the top of this disaster sundae, Aly's personal nemesis, Dave, is a member of the Seven. Dave wants to help Aly, her grandmother, and her two best friends in their quest to release Madge and Aly's mom, but Aly's not sure she wants to accept his help. After all, he's "Dave." When Aly loses the two discs, however, she'll need all the help she can get, including that of Arius, a friendly dolphin. But Arius needs Aly's help in return-the ocean is warming, threatening his home. Tough, smart, and independent, Aly's not a girl to give up easily. If anyone can retrieve the discs and save Arius's home, it's Aletrice Nike Rutherford. Just don't call her Aletrice-she hates that more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 11mm | 227g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514775948
  • 9781514775943

About Mary Ann Eisenberg

Born in Virginia, Mary Ann Eisenberg was raised in Philadelphia and now lives in Los Angeles. A theatre teacher for the Los Angeles Unified School District, she loves bringing stories to life. Eisenberg is the mother of a brilliant son, Richard, and is the grandmother of three extraordinary grandsons, Chris, Nick, and Alex. When she's not teaching or writing she loves a few rounds of golf. Wendie Willson was born in Missouri and raised in Laguna Beach, California. After graduating with a masters degree in theatre and English, Willson, her husband, and their four daughters worked and lived in England, Mexico, and Venezuela. Upon returning to the US, Willson moved the Coachella Valley where she taught and directed shows for the College of the Desert. She received a Woman of Distinction award from Soroptomist International for her teaching, and delights in traveling with her twelve more