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Keeper of the Lost Cities #6: Nightfall Teaching Guide

Our teacher discussion guide for Nightfall, the sixth installment of the Keeper of the Lost Cities series, contains various questions and activities to help guide your lesson. The discussion questions are meant to help students think critically while reading the chapters, and learn to articulate their thoughts. The extension activities include art activities, writing prompts, and much more!
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Keeper of the Lost Cities #6: Nightfall
Author: Shannon Messenger

Sophie Foster is struggling. Grieving. Scrambling. But she knows one thing: she will not be defeated.The Neverseen have had their victories—but the battle is far from over. It’s time to change tactics. Make sacrifices. Reexamine everything. Maybe even time for Sophie to trust her enemies.All paths lead to Nightfall—an ominous door to an even more ominous place—and Sophie and her friends strike a dangerous bargain to get there. But nothing can prepare them for what they discover. The problems they’re facing stretch deep into their history. And with time running out, and mistakes catching up with them, Sophie and her allies must join forces in ways they never have before.

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