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  1. Tuesday Mar 10 TED SANDERS INTRODUCES KIDS FANTASY NOVEL TUESDAY, MARCH 10; 7 PM TED SANDERS will introduce The Keepers: The Box and The Dragonfly, the first book in his action-packed science fiction/fantasy middle-grade series. In it, he creates a world where everything is more than it seems and...
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TED SANDERS INTRODUCES KIDS FANTASY NOVEL

TUESDAY, MARCH 10; 7 PM
TED SANDERS
will introduce The Keepers: The Box and The Dragonfly, the first book in his action-packed science fiction/fantasy middle-grade series. In it, he creates a world where everything is more than it seems and where friendship and loyalty have the greatest power of all. The book has numerous ties to time travel and the physics of objects: a lot of the magical type things in the book – like a dragonfly that moves so quickly that it allows one object to move through another (i.e. a person passing through a tree or the ground) – are theoretically possible. Of course, all of this is wrapped up in a fun, epic adventure. People are comparing it to the excitement they felt when they first read Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone. HARPER COLLINS