Meet Keith Doyle - weirdo, business major, nerd, and believer in myths. To his joy - and horror - Keith has just discovered a village of elves in the university library. And when the library is threatened with demolition, Keith and the elves join forces to save it.
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More adventures for Keith and Holl, as they take an Educatours trip to Scotland, where they participate in archaeological digs all over the country, and, not incidentally, seek out other magical creatures along the way. They make friends with the other students on the tour, learning a little about one another's culture. Holl has another purpose for accompanying Keith: the Master, head of the colony of the Folk and father of his intended wife, Maura, won't let Holl marry her until he can bring back magic white bellflowers from their ancestral home in Ireland.
The third entry in the best-selling fantasy series which includes Mythology 101 and Mythology Abroad. A hunter unknowingly abducts two of the Wee Folk and it falls to Keith Doyle to save them before the poacher discovers his booty - and helps the notorious tabloids expose their secret Hollow Tree Corporation.
In Applied Mythology we learned how Keith Doyle met and befriended the Little People living in the sub-basement of his college's library. If you have been following Keith's adventures, then you know he has always wanted to learn what other types of creatues share this world we live on. In Advanced Mythology, by Jody Lynn Nye, he will get his chance to do so, if he can make it through a few small matters: Diane's hints about making their relationship more permanent, something that is bothering the Little People and their refusal to discuss it with him, and the choice to continue his education or drop out and take the job of his dreams.