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Storm Watcher by Maria V. Snyder
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Storm Watcher

by Maria V. Snyder

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Generally, I prefer my middle grade novels to be about genius children and, even better, set in a fantasy world. Many contemporary or action novels about average children bore me and leave me cold. As such, I was nervous to read Maria V. Snyder’s Storm Watcher. While I loved her fantasy offerings, I wasn’t sure if this one could be nearly as enjoyable. However, Snyder has done well, and the moppets in Storm Watcher are likable and the puppies are the best.

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The youngest son in a family of search-and-rescue dog trainers, Luke must face his deathly fear of storms to prove that he and the dog he's training belong in the family business.

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