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Imogene of the Pacific Kingdom
by Teresa Saari

Category: Fiction / Fantasy
233 pages; ISBN: 1-4120-1642-8

Rating: 6/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Shirley A. Roe

Review

Imogene of the Pacific Kingdom

Author: Teresa Saari

Five-year old Imogene finds herself living alone with her crotchety Aunt Agnes. Imogene and Agnes live in a mansion with a forbidden “east wing” and although the sea is right below the window, swimming in it is not allowed. Her Mother Elsie has promised to return in five years but her reason for leaving is unknown to our little heroine. Imogene’s only friend is Sampson, the butler and five years later the two find themselves down by the sea in the dark of night. Here the adventure begins. Imogene finds her way to a mysterious land under the sea, much like life on the surface but new and delightful. Here she learns why her Mother had to leave and why she too may never return to the surface.

Canadian author Teresa Saari’s vivid imagination brings the characters to life. The magical Kingdom under the sea reminds us of Atlantis. Older children will delight in sharing Imogene’s adventures in the Pacific Kingdom both happy and troublesome but always entertaining.


Reviewer: Shirley Roe, Allbooks Reviews


 

 
 

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