Thursday, April 2, 2015

Review: Treasure Hunt

Title: Treasure Hunt
Author: Lady Jenniviere's Quill
Category: Children
Pub. Date: 9/3/2014
Publisher: Gold Hat Publishing
Format: E-book
Pages: 196
ISBN#: 9781941723074
Series: Lady Jenniviere's Quill #4


Synopsis: 
TREASURE COMES IN MANY FORMS
Lady Jenniviere has done it again! Another story with something for everyone.
Unexpected adventure around every turn.
Treasure Hunt captures childhood summers filled with friendship, adventure and possibility.
Chase Nelson loves summer vacations on beautiful Sanibel Island. This year he's especially psyched because he found an old book with a map pointing the way toward a long lost, buried treasure on the island. He's on a quest to get rich and along the way he meets some interesting characters: Nava, a beautiful mermaid, Lottie, a sassy sea gull and Benji, a moody dolphin. Together they search the entire island to find their treasure. What they find, is much more than they bargained for.
 
 

My Review:  
Yet another wonderful book by Author Lady Jenniviere's Quill. I absolutely love how she tells a story that makes you feel as if you are living within the pages yourself. 

The cover is neat with all the colorful sea life and treasure chest. It depicts a thrill for a mystery adventure that could change character, Chase Nelson's summer. I could feel the excitement and curiosity that Chase was feeling. All the questions that filled his mind when getting clues to what if's and why's as things unfold. 

I would recommend this series to preteens or even a little older. I have only read books one, four and six, but I am going to pick the others up as well. This series would make a wonderful gift set for birthday's or Christmas. I know I will have them on my gift list. 

So I don't give any more away, and for the reasons above I will be giving "Treasure Hunt"  
a Breath of Life Rating Of:

    Five Clock Rating!! 

Disclosure: I did receive the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and or review. But the Opinions are my own and yours may differ.

About the Authors:  


Lady Jenniviere was like any other girl, until one day while tending her rose garden she came upon an injured bird. A cedar wax wing with a broken wing. Speaking quietly to reassure the frightened bird, Lady Jenniviere wrapped him in the folds of her gown and carried the little bird inside where, using tape and popsicle sticks, she was able to set the broken wing. Staring at the little bird, she said, " I think I'll call you Space Ghost. Your eyes remind of the cartoon I used to watch." For the next month Lady Jenniviere and the little bird spent hours together in the garden. The little bird appeared calm and content so long as Lady Jenniviere was speaking. In an effort to reassure the bird, Lady Jenniviere told him stories. Some days she would read a favorite book. Other days she repeated nursery rhymes. Finally the time came when Lady Jenniviere ran out of stories to tell. She looked at the little bird and said, "Well, I am all out of stories. I wish I knew more, but I don't."

To her amazement the bird said, "You have been kind to me. Mending my wing, tending to me while I healed and repeating every story you know. I'll repay all you've done. I know where there's a magic ink well. If you retrieve it, you'll never run out of stories again." Once she retrieved the magic ink well, Space Ghost gave her a tail feather. He instructed Lady Jenniviere to use it as a quill. To her amazement, the moment she dipped the feather into the magic ink, it sprang to life. The quill began writing a story on the blank pages lying on her antique desk. Lady Jenniviere loved the story and thanked Space Ghost for his gift before he flew back to the forest on two healthy wings.

Soon, other birds heard of Lady Jenniviere's magic ink and brought tail feathers. Every quill revealed a different story--some scary, some happy and some just plain strange. Eventually, Lady Jenniviere had enough stories to begin sharing them with her friends. Books were bound and soon people everywhere were reading the tales of Lady Jenniviere's Quill.  

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