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The Akhenaten Adventure (children Of The Lamp #1)

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Akhenaten Adventure

Scholastic Paperbacks


Author: P. B. Kerr / P. B. Kerr

Your children will love this fantastic book by P. B. Kerr / P. B. Kerr. Written by P. B. Kerr / P. B. Kerr and it was published by Scholastic Paperbacks. The book went on sale in September of 2005. The kids book is 384 pages long. To obtain your personal print of this kids book, visit the button on this page.

ASIN: 0439670209

The New York Times bestselling adventure about two twins, numerous djinns, and 1 extremely magical quest. Meet John and Philippa Gaunt, twelve-year-old twins who a single day discover themselves to grow to be descended from a lengthy line of djinn. All of a sudden, they have the power to grant wishes, travel to extraordinary places, and make men and girls and objects disappear. Luckily, the twins are introduced to their eccentric djinn-uncle Nimrod, who will teach them how you can harness their newly located energy. And not a moment too soon. since John and Philippa are about to embark on a search to locate a monstrous pharaoh named Akhenaten and his eerie tomb.

You can tell from the quite first page that P. B. Kerr had great fun writing his novel, The Akhenaten Adventure. The very first installment of his Children of the Lamp sequence is set firmly inside the present day, but it soon breaks away and encompasses several wonderfully colorful parts of the globe, England and Egypt included. The way the author introduces his cleverly named characters, the atmospheric setting, the fun tone of his narration--all indicate that a hugely entertaining story is in store.

John and Philippa Gaunt, two twelve-year-old not-very-identical twins, live a privileged life on the Upper East of Manhattan with their wealthy parents and two curiously-mannered Rottweilers named Alan and Neil. The twins realize there's something amiss with their planet when a string of strange things start to happen after their wisdom teeth are extracted--they dream the same dreams, turn out to be stronger, their zits clear up, and wishes wished in their presence inexplicably come true. And, when their estranged Uncle Nimrod asks them to come to England for the summer for the duration of a single such shared dream, the discovery of their destiny is set in motion.

P. B. Kerr, under his given name Philip Kerr, is the author of many bestselling thrillers for adult readers. The Blue Djinn of Babylon is next up for men and women that get hooked. (Age 10 and more than) --John Mc Lay His debut novel for children is a slick, zeitgeisty fantasy adventure that is sure to win him a new raft of fans.



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