The Lost Polymath

The Mystery Hunters Series

 The Lost Polymath
Book One: Continents

Sarah and Christian both dream mysterious dreams. These dreams transport them around the corner, around the globe, and through the universe and back. They’re first cousins and best friends who plan mystery hunts every summer.

Christian’s and Sarah’s grandmother, Tata, had this same gift of prophetic dreams. She called them waking dreams because she dreamt of echoes from the future and then, suddenly, woke up.

She instructed her grandchildren to be cautious of the invisible force that would try to disrupt or stop their quests. She warned them, “This invisible force will try to frighten you, change your circumstances, alter your path, and place obstacles in your way. You were given a special gift. Use it wisely.”

Sarah and Christian were the same age. Christian resembled his dad and his Uncle Virgil, Sarah’s dad. He had dark wavy hair, deep blue-green eyes, and on most days, a half-smile. Sarah described their friendship as “not just family, but Mystery Hunters.”

The Mystery Hunters Series begins with The Lost Polymath. Sarah and Christian have mysterious dreams that provide clues to help solve each mystery on their journey, while an unseen force tries to stop them from completing their quest. This series engages the reader and a friend to become members of the team. The reader will answer 7 questions in bold. We provided two blank pages for the reader to draw themselves (in pencil) in two scenes from the book while listening to their favorite song by their favorite musical artist.

Published by Womb to BLOOM to Classroom

I am an author and animator. My mom and I have written a series of over 50 children's picture books, and we are in the process of writing a second series for kids (ages 8-13). I have a BA in Communications, and completed an animation program. I live in Upstate New York.

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