Monday, 27 April 2015

The Tale of Willaby Creek by Victoria Lindstrom Cover Reveal and Giveaway!



I'm excited to share the cover reveal of The Tale of Willaby Creek by Victoria Lindstrom! This is a middle grade adventure fantasy that releases in June 2015. 

About the Book:


A magical tale of amazing sacrifice...
When a violent windstorm strikes an enchanted rain forest many of the woodland creatures of Willaby Creek are stranded, injured, or lost forever to the frenzied force of the tempest. Basil, a black bear full of doubt and fear, becomes the unlikely leader to head the woodland creatures' rescue. He is joined by Daphne, a spunky blue dryad; Oliver, a wise horned owl; Elbert, a noble elk; and a host of other creatures that inhabit the enchanted rain forest.
Dangerous twists and turns in this animal adventure fantasy cause Basil to discover a courage, and a conviction, he never knew he had. The answers to the ancient mysteries in this magical tale emerge in an extraordinary finale under the tall timbers of the hidden hinterland.




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About the Author:
VICTORIA LINDSTROM is a full-time writer, a voracious reader, and the author of the children's picture book, The Scandinavian Santa. She loves to wander through the woods, capture the beauty of Nature in photographs, and visit museums and fine art galleries. She and her husband, Michael, live near the shore of the Columbia River in the Pacific Northwest. You may visit Victoria at: www.victorialindstrom.com
Giveaway:

One hardcover copy of The Tale of Willaby Creek (US) and an ebook of The Tale of Willaby Creek (INT)
(Books will be delivered upon release, or shortly before.)
Ends May 19, 2015

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This event was organized by CBB Book Promotions.

4 comments:

  1. What a moving story and something children should read. The author chose woodland creatures to share tragedy, hope, and triumph. I'm sure there will be crying and laughing while reading this.

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    1. It does sound moving and something kids should read :)

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    2. Thanks for being a blog host for my book's cover reveal, Natalie! This MG novel was years in the making and Laura is correct: there is tragedy, hope, and triumph within its pages. Have a wonderful week!

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  2. Looks like my comment didn't go through, let me try again. Thanks so much for sharing!

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