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Dark Dreamweaver, The (Chronicles of Remin): Reviewed

Author:Nick Ruth
Illustrator:Sue Concannon
Reading Level (Conceptual):Children 5 and up
Reading Level (Vocabulary):Children 8 and up
Genre:fiction
Year of publication:2007

This is a COOL book. It is a story about a boy named David who meets a wizard cursed into the life cycle of a monarch butterfly. David has to help reverse the curse to save the little wizard's world, the dreamland of Remin.

There are many neat, zany characters who jump in to help throughout their long journey, which leads deep into the depths and mysterious places of this new world.


However, the story isn't just of adventure and evil, it's also a story of friendship and trust. In addition, it shows how powerful your imagination can be.

If you like stories like the Wizard of Oz, I think you should like this.

-- Fizzy, age 12

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