Author(s): Andrew Peterson
Andrew Peterson spins a riveting tale-for-all-ages, following Janner, Tink, and Leeli
Igiby and their trusty dog, Nugget, in escape from the vicious Fangs of Dang who seek the
lost jewels of Anniera. Quirky characters and their world of wonders--from the edge of the
Dark Sea of Darkness to the deadly Glipwood Forest and beyond--set the stage for this epic
adventure that includes...
Original Songs and Silly Poems * An Ex-Pirate Grandfather * Toothy
Cows & Real Sea Dragons * Tours of Anklejelly Manor & Peet the Sock
Man's Tree House * Suspenseful Legend & Fascinating Lore * Genuine
Recipes for Maggotloaf * Authentic Hand-Drawn Maps
"So good-smart, funny, as full of ideas as action."-Jonathan Rogers, author of The Wilderking Trilogy "A wildly imaginative, wonderfully irreverent epic that shines with wit and wisdom-and features excellent instructions on how to cope with Thwaps, Fangs, and the occasional Toothy Cow."-Allan Heinberg, writer/co-executive producer of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy, " and co-creator of Marvel Comics "Young Avengers" "Fun to read! Every page has word-play, a pun, or clever dialogue that makes me giggle, and the story is full of insight into life. The characters have great names and come to life and stimulate the imagination. Andrew is such a gifted storyteller; this book will be a treasure to both children and adults."-James Bryan Smith, author of "Room of Marvels"; "Rich Mullins: An Arrow Pointing to Heaven," and "Embracing the Love of God"; co-author of "Devotional Classics" with Richard J. Foster "What a great story! I laughed, gasped, and learned more about Skreean culture than I ever thought possible. "On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness" is equal parts adventure and whimsy-a real page turner that both accelerates the heart and warms it. I loved it." -Carolyn Arends, singer/songwriter and author of "Wrestling with Angels" "Sometimes, in order to find out who we were supposed to be, we need to get lost in other worlds: Oz, Camelot, Narnia. In "On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness," Andrew Peterson provides new and needed places like Aerwiar, Skree, and Glipwood-places where we need to get lost and found."-Michael Card, author of "The Hidden Face of God "and "The Parable of Joy, " and singer/songwriter of more than thirty albums "Totally fun! Andrew Peterson, a natural storyteller in the oral tradition, has nailed the voice needed to translate a rip-roaring fantasy tale to the written page."-Donita K. Paul, author of "DragonSpell, DragonKnight, DragonQuest, "and" DragonFire "
Author/Singer/Songewriter Andrew Peterson, a 2005 Audie Award finalist for his readings of Ray Blackston's "Flabbergasted "trilogy, wrote and produced the popular Christmas play and musical "Behold the Lamb of God: The True Tale of the Coming of the Christ," and the album by the same name, which received the 2004 Best Album of the Year, World Christian Music's Editors Choice Award. Andrew's received critical acclaim for his seven albums and is at work on an eighth. He lives with his wife Jamie and their three young children near Nashville, Tennessee, where he reads storybooks aloud to his family each evening.
Artist Justin Gerard has illustrated several children's books, including "The Lightlings" storybooks for young readers by R.C. Sproul. He lives in Greenville, South Carolina, and works as the chief creative officer for Portland Studios.