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The Lilac Princess is about a princess named Dreama who is an only child to the King and Queen of Rael.  She is over-protected and not allowed to leave the castle but one day, she does.  She meets a dragon and trouble ensues.  Find out what happens to her and her friend, Dirk, in this adventurous tale by purchasing the book.

Available on Amazon in paperback, Ebook and Audiobook. Also available on Audible and iTunes

The Lilac Princess Book Trailer by Karina Kantas

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A Turtle’s Magical Adventure is a charming, heart-warming story of a turtle who doesn’t like his shell because it makes him too slow.He asks other slow animals if they also mind being slow. Each one gives an answer that helps him feel better, but still, he wants to be fast.He happens upon a snake who tells him there is a wizard that can make him fast. He goes on an adventure into The Magical Timberwood Forest to meet the wizard and hopefully get his wish fulfilled.He encounters delightful, magical creatures along the way but also meets with danger and choices. Will he get his wish or will the wizard turn him into turtle soup?

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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite giving it 5 stars

A Turtle’s Magical Adventure by Wanda Luthman is an adorable storybook for children with an excellent message; that of accepting their flaws and loving themselves, and turning their negatives into positives. Tad the turtle loves swimming, but he was curious to know why turtles are slow on land. He meets a few people who give him different responses, but he still wants to become fast. Steve the snake advises him to meet a wizard who lives deep in Timberwood Forest and Tad decides to listen to him. Will the wizard be able to guide Tad and make him faster on land? Or will Tad the turtle accept himself and be happy?

The story is whimsical and has good life lessons for children. The message of accepting oneself is encouraging for a lot of children, especially those who are unhappy with themselves. It’s a good story for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries and also makes a good bedtime storybook. The illustrations are vivid and lively, and they give a good pace and movement to the story. They succeed in making the scenes and characters tangible to young readers.

Children understand a concept, moral, and message with clarity when these are conveyed with the help of a story and illustrations. Tad the turtle and the rest of the characters in Timberwood Forest are magical and will enthrall young readers till the very end.

Available on Amazon in paperback, Ebook, and Audiobook. Also, available on Audible and iTunes.

A Turtle’s Magical Adventure Book Trailer by Karina Kantas

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Little Birdie Grows Up is a picture book about a fuzzy little blue bird who yearns to fly up in the big blue sky. His Mama encourages him and he tries his best. He is charming and sweet and the illustrations are delightful.

Available on Amazon in paperback, Ebook and Audiobook. Also available on Audible or iTunes.

Little Birdie Grows Up Flash Trailer

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Enjoy an excerpt of the book as read by Karina Kantas

You can order a paperback copy, kindle e-reader, or Audiobook of The Lilac Princess, A Turtle’s Magical Adventure, or Little Birdie Grows Up on Amazon.

If you attend one of my events, you can purchase a paperback copy from me and I’ll sign your book.

If you are unable to attend one of my events but still would like an autographed copy of one of my books.  I’ll be happy to mail one to you!  Just contact me through PayPal, provide your mailing address, which book(s), and to whom you would like your book(s) signed.  I charge $7/book and $1 for shipping and handling, no tax.

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