People who are getting a little "covid weary" might like the next book I'll be reviewing in this Tuesday's LocalLit newsletter.
That book is called "Return to Ganagar." Although kids are the target reader, I'm ready to be a kid for awhile, and so I'll be reading it this weekend.
Joliet author Colleen H. Robbins co-wrote the short fantasy book with her adult daughter Tarina Jameson.
Here is its Amazon description: "With their young children in tow, a group of adventurers return to the town of Ganagar a little more than ten years after saving it. But there's more than just a town celebration going on. Ever the heroes, the parents volunteer to investigate.
"Due to some minor misbehavior by the children, there is not a single babysitter in sight. They are forced to bring their families along.The children bond together after their parents disappear. Can they dodge the dangers, rescue their parents, and find the way back out?"
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