Seeker's older sister, Moira, has dreams and longings in her heart about the future. Trapper and Fantasy convince her that only in the World Beyond the Kingdom will her dreams come true. But they have lied to Moira. She doesn't realize that the path she has chosen will end in the valley of Lost Dreams. The Doorkeeper didn't stop the children with his usual question, "Do you really want to see the King?" Instead, he quickly opened the door just in time for the army of children to race through. They slid down the shining hallway--not for fun today, but just because it was faster than walking--and flung themsleves through the door of the Throne Room. Recommended for ages 7 to 10.
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Review 1 for Adventures in the Kingdom: The Dreamer
Best children's novel
Date:October 21, 2012
My 7yr old could not put it down. It opened her eyes to the spiritual realm in a wonderful way. We were able to engage in a somewhat deep chat about the power of God and forces of darkness. It's hard to find books that are quality let alone ones that are founded on truth for her age. I'd recommend this book to any one 6 and up. A good read alone or together.
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Review 2 for Adventures in the Kingdom: The Dreamer
Date:November 15, 2007
We continue to be blessed by another of the incredible stories in this series for children. We will be sad to have this series end. Every book including Dreamer are packed with deep truth yet unpacked in an anointed way so that children really get the godly concepts. My daughter can not get enough of them and I also am deeply moved.