|Land of roar (Land Of Roar)|
Author: McLachlan, Jenny
A set of twins must rescue their grandfather from the imaginary land they created long ago and once they arrive there they discover that he isn't the only one in need of their help.
Kirkus Reviews (04/01/20)
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Booklist - 04/15/2020 When twins Rose and Arthur were younger, they were inseparable; they played games, had inside jokes, and even had an imaginary world they called Roar, which they reached by crawling through a folded-up mattress in their grandfather's attic while shouting, Hear me roar! But now the twins are 11, and Rose is more interested in playing on her phone and jumping on a trampoline with the neighborhood girls than she is in hanging out with Arthur. Roar is a distant memory. But when Grandad is suddenly sucked into Roar by Crowky, the half-crow, half-scarecrow monster that Arthur never really stopped fearing, everything he ever knew about Roar comes rushing back. His imaginary world is quite suddenly very real, and if he's going to save Grandad, he's going to have to go back. But Arthur's only ever been one half of the Masters of Roar. Mantle's whimsical black-and-white illustrations enhance this playful, Peter Pan–like tale of sibling rivalry and affection. A series starter with heart. - Copyright 2020 Booklist.
Booklist - 04/15/2020 - Copyright 2020 Booklist.