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Welcome to my blog! My name is Kim and I write young adult paranormal, mysteries, and thrillers. This blog enables me to share the two things I love: Books and the craft of writing.

Ask the Girl is my debut novel. Murdered in 1925, Kate must seek the help of Lila and her sister to save her from her demon prison.

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Ultimate Adventure: THE CARDBOARD KINGDOM #3: SNOW AND SORCERY Book Review

Today, I'm excited to share the graphic novel THE CARDBOARD KINGDOM #3: SNOW AND SORCERY by Chad Sell and Knopf Books for Young Readers' virtual book tour sponsored by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post on this ultimate adventure, and don't forget to enter the giveaway!


Book THE CARDBOARD KINGDOM #3: SNOW AND SORCERY

 

My Review:


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Every time I get a box my youngest son wants to open it, even though he knows it'll be books -- insert my son's elaborate eye roll here. When he opened this box he found three THE CARDBOARD KINGDOM graphic novels and his face lit up. I think Chad Sell has been to our neighborhood because my son and the neighborhood children also have a cardboard kingdom. My basement is full of cardboard swords, shields, robots, and a fort where they pretend to have EPIC battles. My son has read all three books and says Chad Sell and all these authors are geniuses!



pages from THE CARDBOARD KINGDTOM #3: SNOW AND SORCERY


This series is for every child with a vivid imagination and loves adventure! Moreover, it allows children to find their inner hero, adventurer, hunter, or creature of choice. Well done!



pages from THE CARDBOARD KINGDTOM #3: SNOW AND SORCERY


Thank you Chad Sell and Knopf Books for Young Readers for all three books and my honest review. THANK YOU for creating a book series that my son loves!


pages from THE CARDBOARD KINGDTOM #3: SNOW AND SORCERY


 

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