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The Great Journey
by Kayla Ufema
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An adventurous girl named Ivy and her best friend, Night Wing, have to get back home. Ivy has wings, dark brown hair, and always wears her favorite white t-shirt and gray jacket. Night Wing is almost like a stone gargoyle except he is an escape from the Underworld, and together they must face many challenges and make friends to help them get back home.

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Created on: Jul-07-2012   Last updated:  Jul-07-2012
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - B&W - Trade Book
Theme: Fiction    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 48 Pages
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Fantasy    Fiction    Greek Mythology    Ivy and Night Wing    Kayla Ufema    Sci-Fi    The Great Journey    The Great Journey 2   
 
About Author
Kayla
Joined: Jul-07-2012

Hey, my names Mikaelah, but I like to go by my nickname Kayla. I am 14 and have an awesome little brother. My favorite books are Fantasy, Fiction, Sci-Fi, or anything like that. This book that I wrote was my first book and I hope you liked it. What I did was I took things I've read, things I've watched, things I've heard of, and once something I saw in my dream, haha. Then I did my best to put them all together into this book. Whats funny is that this book started out when I was writing a book for school when i was in fifth grade. I never really finished so I just kept writing and writing to make it better (or tried to make it better for you guys.) So this book wouldn't have been possible without the help of my fifth grade reading and math teacher, Mrs. Despres. Just remember as a kid I hope you'll understand, "Its better to live the adventure than to watch it happen."

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And if you're wondering why the book is like half over its because I'm still working on it :)

Always, always, always remember- Its better to live the adventure than to watch it happen.