Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper

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Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper opens with a marvelous introduction that grants the reader insight into the author’s imagination and I’m instantly pulled into the story within the first two pages. Simon, Jane and Barney are with their parents visiting Great Uncle Merry when they discover an old manuscript that possibly tells information about King Arthur. The siblings are afraid to tell their parents about the manuscript, fearing that they might get in trouble. Instead of confiding in their parents, they tell Great Uncle Merry (GuMerry). He reads the manuscript to them and explains the danger of others who are searching for it and explains how important this manuscript and map is. The siblings go on a quest with their Great Uncle Merry, working together to discover hiding places and thwarting danger along the way, 4 stars!

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