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The Poison Waves (Secrets of the Sky #2)

The Poison Waves (Secrets of the Sky #2)

Current price: $17.99
Publication Date: October 3rd, 2023
Publisher:
Scholastic Press
ISBN:
9781338766752
Pages:
240
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Description

UNDERWATER PERIL AWAITS

Kiya and Kinjal have succeeded in their first quest in the magical world of the Kingdom Beyond, but whatever good they achieved might not be enough. Their faithful flying horses Snowy and Raat reappear and whisk them back to the Kingdom to help the water pari--winged merpeople—who are slowly being poisoned by the very water in which they live. It is up to the twins to figure it out and put a stop to it.

Fortunately, Kiya has the know-how to solve this mystery...if only she can put the pieces together before the evil serpent king Sesha knows they've reentered the Kingdom!

EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED TO EVERYTHING

About the Author

Sayantani DasGupta is the New York Times bestselling author of the critically acclaimed Bengali folktale and string theory-inspired Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond books, the first of which -- The Serpent's Secret -- was a Bank Street Best Book of the Year, a Booklist Best Middle Grade Novel of the 21st Century, and an E. B. White Read Aloud Honor Book. She is also the author of Debating Darcy, a contemporary young adult reimagining of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Sayantani is a pediatrician by training, but now teaches at Columbia University. When she's not writing or reading, Sayantani spends time watching cooking shows with her trilingual children and protecting her black Labrador retriever Khushi from the many things that scare him, including plastic bags. She is a team member of We Need Diverse Books, and can be found online at sayantanidasgupta.com and on Twitter at @sayantani16.

Praise for The Poison Waves (Secrets of the Sky #2)

Praise for The Poison Waves:

"This page-turning fantasy is a must-read ... seamlessly meshes Bengali folklore and environmental justice." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review