As you probably already know, book trailers are a great way to promote and sell your book. We have worked with a graphics company specializing in the production of book trailers. Their prices are more than reasonable and they produce your trailer fast, in weeks. We had them produce a trailer for A GIRL NAMED MARY, an historical fiction YA novel. See the product for yourself at https://youtu.be/RGRN1Xi7rWY.
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List Price: $11.95
6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / Fantasy & Magic
Would you risk everything just to be cool?
Young Duggan McDuggan really has no choice. Her habit of talking to trees has made her the most teased kid in her village. Duggan would love to stop the teasing but there’s no way she’s going to give up her tree friends. And so she’s worked out a daring plan to journey with her two best friends to Eshmagick, ancient realm of the Faeries. This will certainly stop the teasing. No one in five hundred years has made it there and back again.
For their dangerous journey, Duggan and her friends will need a Faerie guide. Unfortunately, legend says harming a Faerie will bring down a terrible curse and it’s hard to catch a Faerie without hurting it. But when you’re as desperate as Duggan, no curse is too scary to stop you.
Have you met Thunder yet?
We have new middle grade cover art that was commissioned by Disney’s/ Dreamworks animator Lenord Robinson. We are proud of this series. Please add this children’s book to your reading collection. Our goal is to have Thunder and his friends become global ambassadors to stop poaching and have children recognize and take away the message.
Thanks for looking,
Erik Shein, Author
A Review on Amazon…
Top Customer Reviews
A Girl Named Mary tells the story of Mary, the Mother of Jesus as a young girl. Though she has a much older sister, she’s raised as an only child. Her cousin, Rebekka, is her closet friend and confidant. Together they grow and learn how to maneuver in a culture that is steeped in tradition. One that looks backward instead of forward for solutions to problems. Mary cares about others, helps the sick and disadvantaged and is a voice, albeit a young voice, for women.
At twelve, Mary was betrothed to an older man who had sons her age. She resisted this arrangement strongly. She argued with her parents against the betrothal with every bit of logic and strength she had but found this tradition beyond her ability to fight. The marriage took place and she was rewarded by the birth of a beautiful baby boy, Jesus.
Pre-order from Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G7RXEJ8
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