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  • Title: Spirit of the Wind
  • Author: Yasmine Hamdi
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  • Page: 219
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unfamiliar animal tracks and strange nightly noises arouse suspicion at Shady Oaks, a seaside camp on Long Island Campers become frightened as rumors of dangerous creatures spread The camp begins to lose its prestige and receive closure threats Twelve year old Kyrah Willis is determined to solve the mystery The camp guards won t help her, and seem to be hiding somethinUnfamiliar animal tracks and strange nightly noises arouse suspicion at Shady Oaks, a seaside camp on Long Island Campers become frightened as rumors of dangerous creatures spread The camp begins to lose its prestige and receive closure threats Twelve year old Kyrah Willis is determined to solve the mystery The camp guards won t help her, and seem to be hiding something they don t want the public to know Why With her fun loving cousin Lynn, fiercely loyal dog Scampi and brave horse Comanche, the curious girl embarks on a journey to the most remote parts of the island in search for answers In the treacherous and unforgiving wilderness, Kyrah discovers there is far at stake than the future of Shady Oaks.
    Spirit of the Wind Unfamiliar animal tracks and strange nightly noises arouse suspicion at Shady Oaks a seaside camp on Long Island Campers become frightened as rumors of dangerous creatures spread The camp begins to l

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    1. Before I start, just a little about the author, Yasmine Hamdi Yasmine approached me to read her book Spirit of the Wind, which I willingly agreed to Yasmine is only 15 years old and wants to inspire children to protect wildlife and take care of the planet so this is her story.Kyrah is 12 and lives with her parents.Kyrah also has a cousin, Lynn Lynn lives in Tunisia but decided to go on holiday with Kyrah and family for a 3 week camping stint to Long Island.The camp attracted horse back riders as [...]

    2. Strange and eerie happenings at Shady Oakes are making the place infamous Frightened by the possibility of a dangerous creature lurking in the area, campers stop visiting The place also receives closure threats Twelve year old Kyrah takes it upon herself to solve the mystery Without any help from the suspicious looking guards, she sets out with her cousin Lynn, her loyal dog Scampi and her brave horse Comanche.Spirit of the Wind is an amusing adventure story for middle graders It is also a treat [...]

    3. Wow What an enthralling and captivating book I was hooked from the prologue which, I might say, is one of the most powerful pieces of writing I ve read all year And when I discovered it was by a fifteen year old Boy, was I is impressive.Spirit of the Wind fits nicely into the middle grade chapter books and young adult genres Its detail and depth will relate to advanced readers Its plot will intrigue all readers and its characters are relatable likeable and believable I have no doubt that young [...]

    4. Review of Spirit of the WindBy Cher Foth, author of The Kidnapping of Inda JacksonKyrah s family has packed up the horses and is off to Shady Oaks, a camp site on Long Island But this year canoeing, scuba diving, swimming, hiking, and horseback riding are not the only items on the menu This time Kyrah and her cousin, Lynn, discover strange prints around the camp and hear ominous noises in the forest at night The other campers are frightened which threatens the closing of the camp With the nerve [...]

    5. Yasmine Hamdi has a passion to protect wildlife and take care of our planet To that end, she began drafting ideas for her debut novel when she was eight years old Now, at the tender age of fifteen, Yasmine has fulfilled that dream in Spirit of the Wind Written simply for younger readers, she has produced a tale of high adventure.Kyra and her cousin, Lynn, accompanied their families and of course the family dog Scampi to the Shady Oaks camp in a suburban wilderness in the largest undeveloped area [...]

    6. It has been a while since I have read a prologue as powerful as Yasmine Hamdi s Spirit of the wind Left me thinking for quite some time And it is very true what she says White man came in and took over the native s lives, in a most horrible way She goes on to tell the story of Shady oaks camp, two cousins Kyrah and Lynn and an unexpected animal sightings footprints, possibly dangerous too Disrupt the camp, and visits to the camps almost disappear making the place infamous for all the wrong reaso [...]

    7. When I read the title of this book I thought it sounded like a Native American tale and I was right What a great mystery, full of intrigue and secrets This middle grade story will keep you turning the pages all the way to the end.Lynn and Kyrah are cousins and are spending a week at Shady Oaks camp with their families They discover some foot prints and when they asked the guards and people who are in charge of the camp they get nothing The two make up their minds to find out what or who made tho [...]

    8. A Young Adventurer s Dream StoryYasmin Hamdi has crafted a delightful debut novel especially for a 15 year old Spirit of the Wind is the perfect novel for the reader who loves the environment and wildlife The novel is set iin Shady Oaks camp site, a stretch of undeveloped land in Long Island, where Kyrah the main character and family are vacationing The author did a good job of providing a delicacy of visual treats for the reader to get a clear picture of the character s surrounding.This fiction [...]

    9. I love adventure books as much as I love books about wildlife and nature and Yasmine Hamdi s novel, Spirit of the Wind has it all Kyrah s hopes for a dream summer vacation with her extended family at Shady Oaks are about to fall apart when strange and scary things are starting to happen around the camp the kids are finding tracks and hairs belonging to animals they can t identify, and cousin Freddy becomes ill after falling into the water and accidentally swallowing some.Kyrah is determined to s [...]

    10. Kyrah and Lynn go on a trip to Shady Oaks Their fun in the sun is quickly ruined when there are reports of wild animals roaming around the camp The two fearless friends set out to uncover the truth and save their camp This was a great story It was written in an easy to understand way and I think children and teens will enjoy it Kyrah and Lynn were relatable and they go on a great adventure that will keep readers hooked.

    11. Thoughts This book went from great, to amazing, to a hundred times that It got and funny, exciting, and interesting I loved how Yasmine Hamdi included Scampi, Kyrah s loyal dog By far and away, Scampi is my favorite character in the whole book Whenever Scampi comes into the scene, I always start to laugh out loud Overall, this is a fun, funny, exciting, amazing book that keeps getting better and better Note I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

    12. I have to say this is the most inspiring book I read this year The story plot was built around Native American history and the adventure of two girls Kyrah and Lynn in discovering the treasures left from the Native American tribes I won t say what kind of treasures And the fact that this book was written for an extraordinary cause was truly endearing.I was easily attached to the main characters throughout the whole story It was refreshing to see their natural friendship, love for nature and pass [...]

    13. What can I say about this book, well to me it hooks you from the very first page, the characters feel like real people and not just characters in a book and the mystery is very entertaining I was shocked when I found out that the author was only 15 I can safely recommend this to anyone who is interested in a fantastic adventure.

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