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Stones of Time: The Shenanigans Series, Book Two

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In their last adventure, Cody, Eric, and Rachel were clever enough to fool townspeople with a homemade "ancient Egyptian" tablet. Their exploits brought some much-needed tourism to Sultana, Manitoba, but their deception ensured they would spend the summer doing community service. While mowing the grass in the local cemetery, they stumble across some ancient stones that see ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 5th 2015 by Wandering Fox (first published April 15th 2015)
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Sara Jane
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Stones of Time is a time-travel middle grade adventure that combines historical fact with fantasy. Its characters enjoy the natural banter of siblings and friends amidst a plot of mystery and action as they work collectively toward a crucial end goal: getting back home.

Although I found the theme of time travel and the historical background of Cree culture informative and interesting, I felt that the plot lagged, as it took place almost entirely i
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