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Silver City by Cliff McNish
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The children drawn to Coldharbour prepare to battle a terrifying force headed their way.

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  Crowinator | Sep 23, 2013 |
Jump into adventure with a silver boy, the lader. Insect girls, and a giant with a passion for a little girl Jenny, oh and I forgot Helen. So blast off to outer space to meet the mysterious roar. Read Cliff McNish's book. Recommended for fourth graders and up. ( )
  firhetrick | Feb 8, 2011 |
Walter, Helen, Emily, Freda, Milo, Thomas, and Jenny. Who risk their lives to save the world? They fight the roar which is the enemy. Walter is a giant with strength, Helen can read minds, Emily and Freda are instect-girls, Milo is the Silver boy, Thomas has beauty that can help people and Jenny can change. Recommended for science fiction lovers. Read more and learn more. ( )
  firhetrick | Feb 7, 2011 |
This book has a few intense parts, as the author designed the roar to be a bit scary. This book could be used as a compare and contrast in a World Religions course. The Roar, is easily thought of as a satanic force while the Protector can be any of the religions Godly character. Not a religious text, but with some critical thinking could be taken there. Loved it! Fourth Graders Loved it!
  hetrickm | Oct 30, 2010 |
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