Ava the Monster Slayer: Cousin Power

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Product Details
Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Sky Pony
Publish Date
Pages
44
Dimensions
8.0 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781510748101

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About the Author
Lisa Maggiore is the author of a children's picture book Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses, a short story titled "Pinterest Saved My Marriage," and a novel, Home from Within. Lisa is currently working on other writing projects and practicing her storytelling skills during Live Lit performances. Lisa resides in Chicago with her family.

Ross Felten is a graphic artist living in Lombard, IL. He enjoys coaching soccer, singing in the shower, and winters in the Midwest. You can follow Ross's artistic pursuits at www.rossfelten.com.
Reviews
"The tale is just a little scary, and the illustrations perfectly heighten the fear, fierceness, and love with atmospheric darkness, scary monsters, and the right amount of color to lighten things up. Ava and Sophia marshal their resources, manage their fear, and save their stuffies. Works fine as a stand-alone story." --School Library Journal

"The combination of tenderness for stuffed companions and the fierce bravery required to rescue them is fun and refreshing. . . Light entertainment for kids who like drama." --Kirkus Reviews

"Ava is a role model for children in that she knows her worth, and allows her experience, best instincts, and available resources to guide her through challenges, and follows through on her actions. Ava the Monster Slayer: Cousin Power succeeds on many levels and would be an engaging addition to any child's book collection." --Susan Gaspar, Windy City Reviews

Praise for Ava the Monster Slayer: A Warrior Who Wears Glasses

"Maggiore and Felten's treatment of this familiar story theme not only overcomes a fear of the dark but also kicks it in the head. Nicely done."--School Library Journal

"A triumphant sally in the long-running war against closet and other domestic monsters, with these mildly scary monsters not slain but thoroughly routed." --Kirkus Reviews