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#159: Juniper Berry - M.P. Kozlowsky


Juniper Berry's parents are the most beloved actor and actress in the world—but Juniper can't help but feel they haven't been quite right lately. And she and her friend Giles are determined to find out why.
On a cold and rainy night, Juniper follows her parents as they sneak out of the house and enter the woods. What she discovers is an underworld filled with contradictions: one that is terrifying and enticing, lorded over by a creature both sinister and seductive, who can sell you all the world's secrets bound in a balloon. For the first time, Juniper and Giles have a choice to make. And it will be up to them to confront their own fears in order to save the ones who couldn't.
M.P. Kozlowsky's debut is a modern-day fairy tale of terror, temptation, and ways in which it is our choices that make us who we are.

Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Walden Pond Press (April 26, 2011)
ISBN: 9780061998690



AUTHOR BIO:

M.P. Kozlowsky was a high school English teacher before becoming a writer. Juniper Berry is his first book. He lives in New York with his wife and daughter.


My Opinion:
LOVED it!
This story is great for pre-teens teaching them about temptation and making the right choices.
I devoured this story. It had enough fantasy to keep an adult mind occupied and interested, and had values you would love your child reading about, even when they won't necessarily know it.
That's the great thing about great books, they're great for everyone!
This is one of those books, so get your copy today!


5/5


Recommend? DEFINITELY!


~I won my copy. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

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