Books by Grace Chetwin

JASON'S SEVEN MAGICAL NIGHT RIDES by Grace Chetwin
BEDTIME BOOK
Released: April 1, 1994

"Illustrated with computer-produced b&w montages of images from various sources that—like elements of the plot—coexist uneasily, their edges never quite blending. (Fiction. 9-12)"
Like the mythological creatures in its pages, a chimerical grafting, in this case of time-travel fantasy to problem novel: A horse-loving city boy encounters famous equines of myth and legend (Pegasus, Chiron the centaur, the Trojan Horse, Poseidon's ocean- going steeds, etc.); each episode teaches the fatherless boy a bit about maturity and responsibility. Read full book review >
THE CHIMES OF ALYAFALEYN by Grace Chetwin
FANTASY
Released: Oct. 29, 1993

"Still, an entertaining, if far- fetched, love story. (Fiction. 10+)"
Most children begin to gather ``heynim'' (magical chimes that control weather and have the power to heal) with their minds at 11 or 12, but Tamborel is still unable to do so, though he's 19 and a master tuner. Read full book review >
FRIENDS IN TIME by Grace Chetwin
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 31, 1992

"A mildly diverting introduction to time travel by an experienced author of high fantasy. (Fiction. 8-12)"
On her birthday in 1846, Abigail Porterhouse Bentley's widely traveled uncle gives her a doll that is actually a powerful talisman; in 1995, Emma Gibson is bemoaning the loss of her best friend as she prepares to move to Texas. Read full book review >
CHILD OF THE AIR by Grace Chetwin
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: April 30, 1991

On an odd planet far away, two spunky foundlings are recovered by their flying relatives. Read full book review >

At the end of the second book about Gom of Windy Mountain (The Crystal Stair), Gom had found a tutor to help him learn the magic he needed to stand beside his mother, Harga the Brown, as she battled a universe-wide evil. Read full book review >