Saturday, May 14, 2016

The League & the Lantern Review and Giveaway 5/22/2016

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As soon as The League & the Lantern book came in the mail, my nine year old Khloe wanted to read it. Khloe is an avid book reader and she likes adventure. This book is the beginning of a new adventure for Jake and my daughter just loved it. I also like the book because the author brings history and adventure together, making it fun for all. 
Jake Herndon’s middle school sleepover takes a shocking turn when a dangerous organization invades. As he and his new friends Lucy and TJ race for their lives on the streets of Chicago they unravel a centuries-old mystery and an incredible secret about Jake’s family. Packed with unforgettable characters, mind-bending twists and laugh-out loud humor, The League and The Lantern is a ride you won’t soon forget.

We look forward to more fun books by this author. This series should interest and fascinate readers of all ages. This book was a lot of fun, educating and brought you into the story. If you like the Civil War, adventure and quick reading, this book is the book for you. I noticed that it was easy for my daughter to read and fun. I also remember as a kid, looking forward to reading another good book and I see this with my daughter, which is fantastic. It's always great to see your kids put down the iPad and get the reading bug.
Raised on the edge of the jungles of Nigeria and the prairies of Illinois, executive producer Brian Wells has helped bring to life award-winning network television movies that have been enjoyed by millions and applauded by family organizations across the U.S. Although seventh grade was the worst year of Brian’s life, it helped him develop the imagination and catlike reflexes he enjoys today. This is his first novel.
Enter this giveaway for your chance to win a copy of this great book for kids.

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