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Seven Riddles to Nowhere by A.J. Cattapan

Seven Riddles to Nowhere

by A.J. Cattapan

Giveaway ends September 30, 2016.

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Seven Riddles to Nowhere!

“With a fast-paced story and compelling characters, A.J. Cattapan’s Seven Riddles to Nowhere inspires young readers not only to spend time reading, but also to believe in their own ability to make a difference in this world. Highly recommended for middle schoolers, and the grown ups who love them!”

-Lisa M. Hendey, author of the Chime Travelers series

“A.J. Cattapan has a knack for getting into the hearts and minds of middle-schoolers. Kids will be hooked from the first page (and parents tempted to read over their shoulders) as they follow an intrepid troop of friends on a quest to save their school. Seven Riddles to Nowhere has it all—action, cryptic clues, unique settings, and a hero every kid can root for.”

-Stephanie Landsem, author of The Living Waters series

“Seven Riddles to Nowhere is a blast, taking the reader on an exciting tour of Chicago streets and churches, while characters gain insight into mysteries and symbols of our faith as they struggle to solve riddles. The tension and suspense mount right up to the very end.”

-Theresa Linden, author of Roland West, Loner

“A fun and informative mystery for Catholic middle-schoolers or anyone who has eyed a Catholic church or cathedral and wondered about the meaning in its structural details and symbols.”

-Cynthia T. Toney, author of the Bird Face series

Seven Riddles to Nowhere will keep teens turning pages, even while they gain an appreciation for Church history, its rich symbolism, and the universality of the faith. Parents, beware! Your kids will want to stay up late finishing this book – and you might, too!”

-Stephanie Engelman, author of A Single Bead





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