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|Newington, Lucy Robbins Welles Library - Children's Department||GRAPHIC J-PB SPAAIJ||On Holdshelf|
|Windsor, Main Library - Children’s New Materials||J-GRAPHIC NOVEL-SPAAIJ||DUE 08-30-22|
133 pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 23 cm
"Deep in Frygea Forest, a restless mist stirs between the mossy trees, curling around the toes of fearsome Trolls and scattering Root Goblins. But something ancient is shifting in the darkness... Kyra, Margot, and Janna are ready for a summer of toasting marshmallows and spying on the supernatural beasts that dwell in the forest swamp. But when Margot begins to act strangely, Kyra and Janna start to worry about the magic luring her into the trees. With Kyra's fierce determination and Janna's affinity for magical creatures, can they save their older sister -- even if she doesn't want to be saved? An enchanting graphic novel about growing up and embracing change, even if it seems to frightening to confront" -- Back cover.
"Frygea Forest. An ancient and mysterious place where trolls lurk in the mossy spaces between tree trunks and changelings scamper about, causing mischief. A place that Kyra and her sisters Margot and Janna return to every year to spend the summer at their grandma's farm: roasting marshmallows, catching frogs and befriending tiny, grumpy root goblins. But this summer is different, and as teenage Margot drifts apart from her sisters, slamming doors and keeping secrets, Kyra starts to worry. When Margot is enticed into the woods by the mysterious figures in the mist, Kyra resolves to do everything in her power to save her sister from danger, even if that means facing the spooky forces within Frygea Forest with just her kid sister, Janna, for help. Join Kyra and her sisters in this beautiful coming-of-age graphic novel about embracing the changes that come from growing up, but never letting go of the imagination that keeps you young. If you're careful, and ever so quiet, you might spot a root goblin marching along the ground, or a glittering alf darting amongst the leaves."--Provided by publisher.