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The Mistmantle Chronicles, Book One: The Urchin of the Riding Stars

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 44 Ratings and 44 Reviews

Book Description
The island of Mistmantle is in turmoil. The kingdom is in peril. Urchin is destined for greatness. He sets out on an adventure of bravery and heart to save the kingdom and his friend from the forces of evil--but will good prevail?
Book Information
PublisherHyperion Juvenile
BindingKindle Edition (13 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages296
Publication Date03/27/2012
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About Margaret McAllister (Author) : Margaret McAllister is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Margaret McAllister include Mistmantle Chronicles Book Three, The: Heir of Mistman... more
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About Omar Ryann (Illustrator) : Omar Ryann is a published illustrator of children's books. A published credit of Omar Ryann is Mistmantle Chronicles, The: Urchin of the Riding Stars - Book #1 (Mistmantle Chronicles).
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Reader Comments
4/28/2013 Judy Pierce said: I enjoyed the books in this series, although I prefer children's books with less violence. I started reading the series shortly after signing my book contract for Ozette's Destiny and although very different from OD, I loved little urchin and his many friends.
tags: I recommend, I read

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6/11/2009 Gary Blythe tagged as: I illustrated

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4/1/2009 Dawn Schenk said: A squirrel's destiny can come into play with an evil determined to seize the throne.
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