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Elyse Kishimoto

Elyse Kishimoto graduated from the University of Toronto with a double major in politics and philosophy and a minor in English literature. She earned a Master’s Degree in the Science of Education and has been an elementary teacher in Toronto since 2009. Kishimoto is a world traveler and blogger.

Fiction (Juvenile)

Divine Intervention

Series: The Dining and Social Club for Time Travellers: Book One.
Illustrated by Doug Feaver.
Toronto: Green Jellybean Press, 2016.

Publisher’s Synopsis

Louisa Sparks is thrown into a world of chaos and adventure when she discovers an unusual timepiece in the pocket of her grandfather’s old coat. With the click of a button Louisa discovers that she can travel through time. Soon after, she receives a cryptic invitation to join the strange fraternity of The Dining and Social Club for Time Travellers. But her adventures have only just begun! The Time Travellers are going missing, and Louisa may be the only one who can save them.

Fiction (Juvenile)

Sky Watchers

Series: The Dining and Social Club for Time Travellers: Book Two.
Illustrated by ??.
Toronto: Green Jellybean Press, 2017.

Publisher’s Synopsis

A mysterious island has appeared off the coast of Morocco, baffling scientists. Strange sightings, both wondrous and terrifying are cropping up worldwide. Meanwhile, the time travellers are getting along worse than ever, the very fabric of the cosmos is unravelling and the most feared armies of all time have returned to wreak havoc upon the world. To top it all off, Louisa’s first week at school has been a total disaster! To solve this time travel conundrum and save the universe from imploding, Louisa and her friends will travel ten thousand years into the past, where they must find the lost city of Atlantis and ensure its destruction.

Links

Elyse Kishimoto personal website