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The Blue Kyrolite
 
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Robin E Neft
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The Blue Kyrolite

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Scotty is a lonely, scared Earth boy who goes to the faraway planet of Kestrellia for the summer to live with his dad. He meets an alien boy named Aldy, and the two become fast friends. Aldy has a secret. As the son of the king, when he turns ten, he has to go on a quest for a beautiful blue jewel, the Blue Kyrolite, high up in the cold mountains of Kestrellia to prove he ...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published March 10th 2016 by Balboa Press
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Allison
Nov 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Scotty and Aldy were perfect!! The Blue Kyrolite is a truly inspiring story of friendship in the formative years in young mens’ lives.

Scotty is visiting his scientist father on the planet Kestrellia during his summer vacation when he meets Aldis (Aldy) and the two quickly bond over a mutual interest in music and adventures.

Aldy is the son of the planet’s ruler, which unfortunately means special responsibilities. One of these responsibilities includes finding a gem called the Blue Kyrolite.
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Lucy Grimm
Oct 31, 2016 rated it really liked it
A heartwarming book. Friendship and a quest to find the Kyrolite, but instead they find the truth. I enjoyed reading this story where friendship and family are treasured. A tale that will set your imagination free.
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