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by Susan Schade
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Author:
    Susan Schade
  • ISBN:
    0689876866
  • ISBN13:
    978-0689876868
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Simon & Schuster; First Edition edition (September 11, 2007)
  • Pages:
    195 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Science Fiction & Fantasy
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    1975 kb
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    1568 kb
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    1632 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    996
  • Formats:
    docx lrf mbr lit


Susan Schade works as a team with her husband, Jon Buller. They have worked together on many previous books for children. For the Fog Mound trilogy, Jon went back to what first sparked his interest in drawing-comics

Susan Schade works as a team with her husband, Jon Buller. For the Fog Mound trilogy, Jon went back to what first sparked his interest in drawing-comics. They live in Lyme, Connecticut.

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After living on the Fog Mound for quite some time, Thelonious Chipmunk and his friends ar. .I think that the trilogy Fog Mound are the best books I have ever read (so far). I have read Travels of Thelonious and Faradawn. I wish that the 3rd book didn't have to be published next year.

Dane whirled and brought his hand down on the lever which controlled the lights along the ramp.

Those of the Queen’s men who had no definite duties engaging them elsewhere, drifted to the hatch which gave upon the grey wool of the new Limbian landscape. Dane whirled and brought his hand down on the lever which controlled the lights along the ramp. Even swirled in the fog as they were, some faint gleam might break through to offer a landing mark for the flitter. Weeks had disappeared. And to the foot of the ramp came three figures which continued to be muffled shapes until they were nearly at the hatch.

The farther wall of the orchard was already invisible, and the trees were . He did not pause, however, but bounded onward

The farther wall of the orchard was already invisible, and the trees were standing out of a swirl of white vapour. He did not pause, however, but bounded onward. Far away on the path we saw Sir Henry looking back, his face white in the moonlight, his hands raised in horror, glaring helplessly at the frightful thing which was hunting him down.

It appears as track one on the film's soundtrack, at 2:16 in length. The track begins with a light cello jig before descending into a plodding, suspenseful theme (00:28) that incorporates woodwinds later used to denote the Black Pearl and its cursed crew.

Faradawn by Susan Schade - How strange to be off the Mound again, in a world without boundaries! . After living on the Fog Mound for quite some time, Thelonious Chipmunk and his friends are ready to continue their travels

Faradawn by Susan Schade - How strange to be off the Mound again, in a world without boundaries! After living on the Fog Mound for quite some time, Thelonious. After living on the Fog Mound for quite some time, Thelonious Chipmunk and his friends are ready to continue their travels. There are still old questions to be answered and new places to be explored. So, with the addition of new friends Bill the Human and Cluid Chipmunk, the animals sail off down the river in a specially designed boat.

Book 2: Faradawn!" By Susan Schade and Jon Buller

Book 2: Faradawn!" By Susan Schade and Jon Buller. With new friends Bill the Human and Cluid Chipmunk, the animals sail off down the river. As in the first book of the Fog Mound trilogy, the intrepid chipmunk pursues his personal quest to uncover the differences between history and legend, and to answer the most troubling question of all - what happened to the humans? Hardcover, 200 pages, B&W (and Green).

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Continues the adventures of Thelonious the chipmunk and his friends, who meet a human, build a boat, and go searching for the land called Faradawn.

Arabella V.
My son does not take the initiative to read very often, though we have a library here at our home. I bought this book at a friend's recommendation, along with the first one in the series.

It has pictures and comics integrated in the book, which makes it more appealing to children. I know the pictures had an impact on my son, as I watched him peruse over them in wonder.

My son began reading these books one day and could not put it down. He finished both books in a couple of days and really enjoyed them, asking me to buy the 3rd and final one.

What I appreciate about this book is that it's great for building a child's vocabulary. There were many words on each page that my son did not know, and I took that opportunity to help build up his vocab.

I have only read bits and pieces of the books and cannot critique the entire book, since I haven't read it through.

By the way, he is in 3rd grade and I believe this fit his level. Also, he is not an advanced reader.
Bearus
great children's introductory reading series of books

great children's introductory reading series of books

along with Faradawn and Simon's Dream
Kare
Quirky book (which we like), with a good pace and an excellent combination of graphic novel/text in alternating chapters. My son cracked up at many of the plot lines and always tries to get me to read just one more chapter. Great book!
Chilldweller
This book is great. The storyline, the art. Out of the three books Faradawn is the best.
Tygrarad
I think that the trilogy Fog Mound are the best books I have ever read (so far). I have read Travels of Thelonious and Faradawn. I wish that the 3rd book didn't have to be published next year.