Rick Riordan Presents: Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows (Paperback)

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Rick Riordan Presents: Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows (Paperback)

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Best-selling author Rick Riordan presents the conclusion to Tehlor Kay Mejia's Paola Santiago trilogy with the biggest foe yet: the Bogeyman.

After defeating two fearsome ghosts, Paola Santiago is determined to rescue her friend Dante, who has been imprisoned by some unknown force. Relying on her wits, training from the Ninos de la Luz, and the support of her best friend, Emma, Pao makes it into the void. Once there she must face down not just one but two enemies: El Cucuy, the bogeyman . . . and someone even scarier who looks a lot like Pao herself.

This third exciting journey into Mexican folklore has our lovable, intrepid protagonist making discoveries both wonderous and fearsome.
Tehlor Kay Mejia is an Oregon native in love with the alpine meadows and evergreen forests of their home state, where they live with their daughter. Tehlor is the author of three middle grade titles about Paola Santiago: Paola Santiago and the River of TearsPaola Santiago and the Forest of Nightmares, and Paola Santiago and the Sanctuary of Shadows. Their short fiction appears in the All Out and Toil & Trouble anthologies from Harlequin Teen and The Cursed Carnival and Other Calamities from Rick Riordan Presents. Tehlor has also written two highly acclaimed YA novels, We Set the Dark on Fire and We Unleash the Merciless Storm. When they're not writing, you can find them plucking at the guitar, stealing rosemary sprigs from overgrown gardens, or trying to make the perfect vegan tamale. Follow Tehlor on Instagram @tehlorkay.
Product Details ISBN: 9781368076944
ISBN-10: 1368076947
Publisher: Rick Riordan Presents
Publication Date: August 1st, 2023
Pages: 352
Language: English
Series: Paola Santiago
"While love is often depicted as the means to individually defeat evil, this story conveys a resonant message about the power of broader community support. As she battles monsters, Pao also privately explores her sexual identity and romantic feelings for Emma, who is queer. A brave adventure with meaningful depth."--Kirkus Reviews