The Magical World of Sebella~Legend of Halloween Review & Giveaway (3 winners)
Yes, I know Halloween has past but due to a family emergency I am running behind schedule…Plus if you are like me you always start preparing the day after any holiday for next year’s celebration.
I absolutely LOVE to read! I read everything including instruction manuals but I really love to read books about magical worlds or scary books so when Thea Berg, the author, sent me a signed copy of The Magical World of Sebella~Legend of Halloween for my 2 boys I was excited to finally get it and share it with them. I was even more excited to see that the book is what I refer to as an “easy-read”: the type is larger and the lines are spaced wider for easier reading. This excitement mostly comes from the fact that my 9 year old has Dyslexia and gets frustrated easily when I try to get him to read anything but this layout wasn’t such a struggle…he liked the plot although he felt it was a little bit more for girls and a time or two was a little worried about whether he’d get to go trick-or-treating as we do go during the daylight from 3-5pm to businesses downtown and skip the night time activities. My 1 year old just loves books and really doesn’t have an opinion of anything yet except what he wants in his cup to drink, LOL.
If you or your tween like “magic” then you’ll love following Sebella & her little brother Drac along with their cousin Prudence & Sebella’s best friend, Kendall on their All Hallow’s Eve adventure with Grandma which beings at the Black Cat Cafe’…
Do you know the legend of Halloween?
Three Little Werewolves live on the outskirts of a town called Skullvilla. They are powerful and important.
On October 31st when the sun goes down, the werewolves must howl into the night sky to awaken the moon and signal Halloween to being.
If this doesn’t happen, it will not get dark. And you know what that means…there will be no Halloween since no one goes trick-or-treating in the daylight.
Now for your chance to win a signed copy for your family so you can see if Halloween comes or not in Skullvilla…
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