The Farwalker's Quest by Joni Sensel

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Ariel has always been curious, but when she and her best friend Zeke stumble upon a mysterious old telling dart she feels an unexplained pull toward the dart, and to figuring out what it means. Magically flying great distances and only revealing their messages to the intended recipient, telling darts haven't been used for years, and no one knows how they work. So when two strangers show up looking for the dart, Ariel and Zeke realize that their discovery is not only interesting, but very dangerous. The telling dart, and the strangers, leads them to a journey more perilous and encompassing than either can imagine, and in the process both Zeke and Ariel find their true calling.
 

About Joni Sensel

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Joni Sensel is the author of Reality Leak and The Humming of Numbers and The Timekeeper's Moon. She also works as a communications consultant. When not writing for children, she climbs trees and chats with boulders at the foot of Mount Rainier. www.jonisensel.com
 
Published October 1, 2011 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens. 385 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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An epilogue tells readers that Ariel accepts the surname of Farwalker and continues to spread long-forgotten knowledge from village to village in this hopeful contribution to post-apocalyptic literature.

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But when Ariel discovers an ancient Telling Dart --- and when her discovery draws the attention of two mysterious Finders --- the dart’s carved symbols seem to suggest that Ariel’s fate might be unexpected, might contain danger, and might send her farther away from home than she had ever imagined...

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