A Fantastical Adventure, with a Patriotic Twist
(book 2 in The Chronicles of Kibblestan series)
It’s been four months since Kibblestan’s Revolution, but in Kibblestan time it’s been ages ….
Eleven-year-old Kinzie is not having a great year. Her father’s deployed, she’s moved to a new house with her mom and new stepfamily, and the boy living next door is a stone-faced dog-hater. At least she has Mo, the pudgy, floppy-eared mutt that Kinzie calls The Best Dog in the World, despite Mo’s habit of chewing up leather couches and underwear. When Mo runs off into the creepy woods behind their house, Kinzie heads into the forest in search of her. But instead of finding Mo, she finds Kibblestan, a fantastical world filled with strange animals, ferocious canines and small creatures called Petikins. Kinzie desperately needs someone to help her navigate this land and find Mo, but the weird inhabitants keep to themselves.
Why do they seem so sad and lifeless? Why does the mention of a lost dog cause such anger and fear? And what in the world happened to Mo?
Kibblestan has changed since Ellis’ last adventure, and now there are secrets in Kibblestan that only the dogs know--sinister secrets they’ll do anything to protect. But Kinzie’s quest to find Mo is about to uncover these secrets, one by one, revealing a truth about the canines that could alter Kibblestan forever.
"With excitement and constant adventure kids will love, The Chronicles of Kibblestan: Canines entertains and at the same time teaches invaluable lessons about what it takes to treasure and protect freedom. It is an outstanding story about perseverance, truth and the invaluable purpose of standing up for good in the face of fierce opposition."
--Amanda Hughes, Outreach Director, Constituting America
"In a society that screams 'surrender', Andrea Rand's series of stories cry 'empower'. Fun and heart-warming, The Chronicles of Kibblestan is the type of series I hope to read to my own children someday to ensure their creativity is nurtured and their love of Liberty is abundant."
--Remso Martinez, host of The Remso Republic