Blog Tour: The Three Lost Kids and the Death of the Sugar Fairy

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Halloween is
here and Lexie, Bella and Maddie couldn’t be happier. But why does everything
feel so different? Fewer houses are decorated and fewer kids are out
trick-or-treating. Still, that’s not going to stop the three girls from eating
as much candy as they can before their parents can stop them, even if that
means fighting each other for it.
When they
finally discover a haunted house worthy of their favorite holiday, they forget
their parents’ warnings and go in alone, only to discover that the house really
is haunted, and not only that, but they’ve been transported to a whole
different world!
A dying
Sugar Fairy in one of the abandoned rooms send them on a quest to find her
Sugar Baby and the magic Sugar Flower in order to save her and Halloween. If
they fail, Halloween will be gone forever, and they’ll never return to their
family.
But with
Sugar Bug attacks, the Cavity Caves where they must face their deepest fears,
and giant gummy bears armed with candy cane swords, the girls aren’t sure
they’ll make it.
Their only
chance is to work together, using each of their strengths to help each other.
Can they stop fighting over candy long enough? Or will they be trapped in the
dying Sugar Land forever?

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ONLINE LINKS:
·
Twitter: @KimberlyKinrade
·
IPI Twitter: @IPIAcademy
·
Facebook: /KimberlyKinrade
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IPI Facebook: /IPIAcademy
Kimberly Kinrade was born
with ink in her veins and magic in her heart. She writes fantasy and paranormal
stories for children, YA and adults and still believes in magic worlds. Check
out her YA paranormal novels Forbidden Mind and Forbidden
Fire
and her illustrated children’s fantasy chapter books Lexie
World
, and Bella World, all on Amazon.
She lives with her three
little girls who think they’re ninja princesses with super powers, her two dogs
who think they’re humans and her husband, also known as the sexy Russian
Prince, who is the love of her life and writing partner.

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MY REVIEW

 TO CUTE TO PASS UP!!! What a wonderful adventure to send your child on for Halloween. Who doesn’t want to save the sugar fairy? As you follow the three sisters on their engaging adventure you find that even as an adult you giggle like a little kid again in parts. A very easy read for children probably 6+. I recommend anyone with a child, grandchild, niece/nephew, teachers or even babysitters have a copy of this book on their shelves. If an adult can enjoy giggling through the quest to save Halloween and the Sugar Fairy then I know children will too.
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