Tree & Sky: The Secrets of Meshyah’s World, #1-3
***This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.***
Enter Meshyah, Jasmine and Ozwald’s world. They live under a mega dome in Antarctica, the Earth’s largest continent. Its years into our future and the world have changed drastically from what is now known, but life is surviving. On Shy’s tenth birthday she and her friends, Jazz and Ozzie, find something that turns out to be extraordinary in A Tree on My House.
Just before her eleventh birthday she tells a tale of how part of the dome fell one day in The Day the Sky Fell. It shows how important their dome is to keep them safe and how Jasmine’s home was destroyed by a single cable.
Under the Honeycomb Sky tells more of what their life is like under the dome, beginning Shy’s five-year journal received on her twelfth birthday. Shy learns about the Before Times (our time)from her grandfather. She loves his stories and hopes to see the rest of the changed world when she grows up. She relates their experience in these stories the children write with hopes of sending her journal back to the past someday so the future of the world will be known. If you can read these stories you’ll realize they must have succeeded.
***Tina, #NerdGirlMama, Review***
TREE and SKY: The Secrets of Meshyah’s World a children’s book for grades 3-5, is this Author’s first children’s book and you would not know this by reading it. This novel is Science Fiction/Fantasy and is made up of 3 stories with some history and scientific jargon that the Author explains in a way that any child reading it can understand.
The Author’s imagination and writing style that gives the character’s depth that has you drawn into their world from the very first page. You are taken on a journey with Shy and her friends that start with her tenth birthday and the following two stories on her eleventh and twelfth birthdays. You are not only reading a futuristic children’s novel but you’re learning something while you’re reading it. The stories also tells how to take care of nature, family, friends, neighbors, and how to learn from your elders and how vastly different cultures can come together and live peacefully in villages and take care of each other.
This novel is 5 stars and cannot wait to read the next set of stories the Author has in store for Shy and her friends.
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