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Karen Wallace
Karen Wallace is an award-winning author of children's books for all ages. The first in her series for younger readers, The Crunchbone Castle Chronicles, was selected for the Summer Reading Challenge in 2006. The Goose Pimple Bay Sagas was a World Book Day recommended read in 2008 and Li Fu's... show more



Karen Wallace is an award-winning author of children's books for all ages. The first in her series for younger readers, The Crunchbone Castle Chronicles, was selected for the Summer Reading Challenge in 2006. The Goose Pimple Bay Sagas was a World Book Day recommended read in 2008 and Li Fu's Great Aim was chosen for the 2008 Boys into Books promotion.

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Confuzzled Books
Confuzzled Books rated it 6 years ago
Every short begins about the same “Close your eyes and take a deep breathe. Imagine that you at a river, or a beach, or a farm, or inside on a rainy day.” I am paraphrasing because I am writing from memory. Each story has questions and affirmations to teach your child to use their imagination and...
Confuzzled Books
Confuzzled Books rated it 7 years ago
Every short begins about the same “Close your eyes and take a deep breathe. Imagine that you at a river, or a beach, or a farm, or inside on a rainy day.” I am paraphrasing because I am writing from memory. Each story has questions and affirmations to teach your child to use their imagination and...
An Excellent Library
An Excellent Library rated it 8 years ago
Relax and empty your mind of everyday thoughts. Be still and listen carefully to this story about a fairy who makes a friend and learns to be proud of her work.This is a collection of twenty short stories featuring fairies that aim to teach children lessons about life, friendship, values, and kindn...
AmySea
AmySea rated it 8 years ago
I recently decorated my bathroom with pictures of sea monsters. One of the pictures is of a Kraken preparing to attack a sailing vessel. Turns out my nephew is terrified of octopuses, and my Kraken picture does not exactly leave him feeling encouraged to visit the bathroom! Obviously, this is not...
danielamaria7
danielamaria7 rated it 8 years ago
I normally really like this sort of thing, but this one didn't leave a great impression on me. All I could think of was things that didn't seem quite right. For example, Emerald and Sam fall desperately in love after having...what, two conversations? And they never even argue.Also, Karen Wallace had...
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