Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Book Review of Jorie and the Magic Stones by A.H.Richardson

Jorie
AND THE MAGIC STONES
By: A.H. Richardson
Review By: Brittany Perez (Oh My BooknessSeptember 27,2017 4:45pm







  • Publication date: December 26, 2014
  • Publisher: Serano Press
  • Book Length: 268
  • ASIN: B00UMDLDAQ
  • ISBN-10: 0692358927
  • ISBN- 13: 978-0692358924


  • Book Description:

    When Marjorie went to live with her frosty maiden aunt, she couldn’t imagine the adventures she would have with dragons — good and bad — and all the strange creatures that live in a mysterious land beneath the Tarn. The spunky 9-year-old redhead forges an unlikely friendship with an insecure young boy named Rufus who lives with his crusty grandfather next door. When Jorie — for that is what she prefers to be called — finds a dusty ancient book about dragons, she learns four strange words that will send the two of them into a mysterious land beneath the Tarn, riddled with enchantment and danger. Hungry for adventure, the children take the plunge, quite literally, and find themselves in the magic land of Cabrynthius. Upon meeting the good dragon, the Great Grootmonya, Jorie and Rufus are given a quest to find the three Stones of Maalog — stones of enormous power — and return them to their rightful place in Cabrynthius. Their mission is neither easy nor safe, and is peppered with perils in the form of the evil black half-dragon who rules the shadowy side of the land. They have to deal with a wicked and greedy professor, the tragic daughter of the bad dragon, caves of fire, rocky mountainous climbs, and a deadly poisonous butterfly. Jorie must rely on her wits and courage to win the day? Can she do this? Can she find all three Stones? Can she save Rufus when disaster befalls him? Can she emerge victorious? She and Rufus have some hair-raising challenges, in which they learn valuable lessons about loyalty, bravery, and friendship.


    Book Review:

    Jorie
    AND THE MAGIC STONES

    Author: A.H. Richardson 


     This is a enjoyable and enchanting book for young readers. A.H Richardson created a fantasy and adventure story that will captivate young minds as they follow Jorie and her friend Rufus on a journey to a magical land that will lead them into the unknown.

     This story book has everything for an imaginative child to enjoy, dragons, dangerous butterflies, hieroglyphics and more. Jorie journey of adventure is fun and easy to read, the plot isn’t hard to understand which will make it so much enjoyable for them to understand.

     I think it’s a well written book for young readers to to go and explore breathtaking lands and fabulous creatures. Find out how Jorie and Rufus become closer friends and how working together gets them through tough situations.


    About The Author:


    A.H. Richardson is a treasured storyteller, whose unlimited imagination conjures up challenging and unforgettable characters, both good and evil, that dare children everywhere to delve into their own imaginations and learn to rely on courage and bravery to win the day. Born in England (yes, there are dragons there too), the author has always loved tales of flying and mythical magical creatures. She once tried to pin wings on her pony, quite sure that he could then fly! She is the daughter of the famous composer, Clive Richardson, who always encouraged her to write, even as a small child. She paints and sculpts, plays guitar, is a linguist, acted in films and on stage, and has trained dressage competitors. She is the proud mother of three grown sons and grandmother to three active, loving grandchildren. At present, she keeps a horse named Amaretto and writes her fabulous fantasies from her adopted home in Tennessee near the picturesque Smoky Mountains. It is there that she writes happily about the indomitable Jorie and her adventures.

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    Friday, September 22, 2017

    Book Review of Henry and the Hidden Treasure By B.C.R.Fegan & Illustrated By Kenny Wen

    Henry and the Hidden Treasure 
    By: B.C.R.Fegan Illustrated By Kenny Wen
    Review By: Brittany Perez (Oh My BooknessSeptember 22,2017 4:14pm




    • Publication date: August 3, 2017
    • Publisher: TaleBlade
    • Book Length: 32 pages 
    • ASIN: B0719JXRRT
    • ISBN-10:099535924
    • ISBN- 13: 978-0995359246


    Book Description:

    Henry and the Hidden Treasure is an imaginative adventure a young child has in defending his pocket money against his little sister. Henry constructs elaborate defensive measures that he is sure will stand up to the clever ambitions of Lucy. Little does he know, Lucy has a few tricks of her own.

    With a focus on introducing children to the use of ordinal numbers, Henry and the Hidden Treasure also draws out some important qualities of being a kid – such as creativity, the value of listening to parental advice, and of course, being nice to your sister.

    Book Review:

    Henry and the Hidden Treasure

    Author: B.C.R. Fegan
    Illustrated By
    Kenny Wen

    Henry
    TaleBlade Press


     Henry and the Hidden Treasure is a sweet story about a little boy name Henry with a big imagination. Henry will go to extreme lengths to keep his money safe from his little sister who he believes is a ninja. This is a well written book for younger children that loves exploring and adventure and it will no doubt engage their active, curious senses and go crazy wild. Your child will also enjoy the illustrations that enlightens each page, the clear buoyancy of each picture that jumps at you as Henry thinks up new ideas to keep his sister from getting his treasure.
    Lucy
    TaleBlade Press

     This is a great short story to sit down with your child and
    read together and of course there is a good lesson at the end for your child to understand if they have a younger sibling that won’t leave them alone.






    About The Author:

    BCR Fegan is an Australian author who has written a number of fairy tales and fantasies for children and young adults. He is inspired by stories that resonate deeply with our desire for adventure, yearning for magic and search for meaning.

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