By Tad Williams
Tyler and Lucinda need to spend summer season holiday with their historical uncle Gideon, a farmer. they believe they are in for 6 weeks of cows, sheep, horses, and pigs. but if they come in abandoned usual Valley, California, they notice that normal Farm is, good, no traditional farm.
The bellowing within the barn comes no longer from a cow yet from a dragon. The thundering herd within the valley? Unicorns. Uncle Gideon's sprawling farmhouse by no means appears to be like an analogous two times. Plus, there is a flying monkey, a demon squirrel, and a barnload of not likely farmhands with unusual accents or even stranger powers.
At first, the entire position sounds like a loopy experience. but if darker secrets and techniques start to floor and Uncle Gideon and his tremendous creatures are threatened, Lucinda and Tyler need to pull jointly to do so. Will traditional youngsters be capable of shop the dragons, the farm—and themselves?
Expert storytellers Tad Williams and Deborah Beale take readers on a rare experience of their first publication approximately traditional Farm.