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Book details
  • SubGenre:General
  • Age Range (years):9 - 12
  • Language:English
  • Pages:236
  • Paperback ISBN:9781619277311

Book Three: Nok

by Norris Bloom

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After helping his best friend Zora secure her crown and the kingdom of Tarshish, Sundiata is summoned once more by young Queen Zora. Only this time, it is not the kingdom of Tarshish that is in trouble, it is Princess Tahtahme and the far away kingdom of Nok that desperately needs his help…
In Norris Bloom's third book of the Crowns and Kingdoms series, Sundiata receives a letter from his best friend, Queen Zora. He knows at once that he must leave the cottage in Tarshish and travel to the far away kingdom of Nok on the dark continent. Sundiata finds the medieval kingdom of Nok vastly different from that of Tarshish, particularly for the people of Nok, who live in constant fear of a ghost ship that takes people in the night. As Sundiata unravels the mystery of the ghost ship, he befriends Princess Tahtahme and helps solve the mystery of her missing twin brother.
About the author
Norris Bloom is a retired school teacher and basketball coach. She taught 5th and 6th grade in the United States before relocating to Upper Basildon, England for 6 years where she developed a love of the English countryside and its people. Additionally, she traveled extensively throughout Europe, feeling a kindred spirit to the long ago kings and queens that once roamed the castles dotted throughout Europe. Crowns and Kingdoms is her first series showcasing her love of middle school aged children and medieval folklore. Norris currently lives in San Francisco, Ca with her husband Ken and dog Mojo. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, cooking, music, sports and spending time at her cottage on Lake Tulloch, Ca.