Lavender Blue: & the Faeries of Galtee Wood

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Product Details

Price
$18.95
Publisher
Impossible Dreams Publishing Company
Publish Date
Pages
75
Dimensions
11.1 X 0.5 X 8.6 inches | 1.19 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780978642242
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About the Author

Steve Richardson lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is currently the New Mexico manager for M.J. Thomas Photography, based in Grand Junction, Colorado. In his early thirties, after the loss of several family members, Steve turned to writing to help him express the intense spiritual emotions experienced during this dark time in his life. He is the author of other books including Billy's Mountain, Canlandia, illustrated by Fiona Sansom, is due out in 2014, Paisley Rabbit and the Treehouse Contest, illustrated by Patricia MacDougall, Legends of New Mexico, illustrated by John Walker, and Alexander Trout's Amazing Adventure.

Larry MacDougall was born and raised in Canada near Niagara Falls, lives close to the woods, and really likes to draw and paint trees. Other book projects on which Larry has worked recently include The Secret History of Hobgoblins, Eragon's Guide to Alagaesia, and The Secret History of Giants by Ari Berk.

Reviews

Michael Wm. Kaluta, world-renowned book illustrator, winner of the 2003 Spectrum Grandmaster Award and inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame. PJ Lynch, illustrator of Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey and many other top selling book. Bob Eggleton winner of 8 Hugo Awards also endorsed it on his Facebook page recommending people buy the book.
Lavender Blue won the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for best book in the category of Juvenile Fiction. Kirkus will be reviewing it soon.
""A lovely story with charming illustrations..."""Kirkus Book Review" "Inspired by the real-life Galtee Woods and Lismore Castle, the story is beautifully crafted, with a believable mixture of fay folk, both good and evil. Although the chapter book is exquisitely illustrated." - "Kirkus Book Review" "The paranormal elements are engaging, as are the book's reassuring, simple morals of loyalty and doing anything for your friends. - Kirkus Book Review"
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