The Sugary Sherburts
Hello this post is part of the 2nd Annual Children’s Book Week Kid Lit Giveaway Hop. The giveaway is run and managed by Renee @ Mother Daughter Book Reviews (links below):
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Below was my prize!
Prize: A copy of The Sugary-Sherburts and The Stone Witch by Heather Ellis (suitable children aged 7+).
Link to my the book for more detail:
“A cruel witch and a desperate discovery. Kit and Kat, Sugary-Sherburt, find themselves on the run from a dastardly witch who is trying to destroy their town called Thornton. Kit and Kat must join forces to defeat the wicked witch and get home in time for dinner. The journey takes them to a secret snow castle. They are in terrible danger; will they manage to save the town, their friend and families in time? The Sugary Sherburts and The Stone Witch is part two of the Sugary-Sherburts series by Heather Ellis.”
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I think that it’s AMAZING that a 12 year old blogger (studying in India) has just reviewed my book from a Kindle!
Thank you – Everyone check out Sookthi’s BLOG here: http://sookthisbooknook.wordpress.com
A young author, Miss Heather Ellis had recently asked me to review her book, a sequel to ‘The Sugary-Sherburts’. The book is skillfully written,and she shows us the story in a beautiful manner. While reading her book, I could actually feel myself shivering in Thornton (the town where the story takes place), and see the protagonists fighting with the wicked witch, Ola.
The book begins with a description of Thornton in winter. Kit and Kat live with their parents in a little chocolate cottage. They are, as Heather says, ‘a poor but happy family.’ Disaster strikes in Thornton, when the weather becomes exceptionally cold and the sky turns blue-black. Frightening messages appear to be written on clouds and a voice is heard- “I will ruin Christmas day for everyone in Thornton!”, it says.
Kit and Kat resolve to stop the cruel creature from ruining Christmas. They have to climb a…
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An absolutely lovely, 5* book review of my latest book called The Sugary-Sherburts and The Stone Witch. 🙂 Check it out everyone!
Hi everyone! Just a quick updated tonight. It’s Friday night, which of course means I’ll be going out on the town, partying at the clubs. No, just kidding. I’ll totally be sitting on the couch, with my blanket and my kitty, reading and writing. Maybe I’ll get a little wild by popping open a bottle of water and watching a Disney movie. Livin’ it up in the new year, yo.
Anyway, the real reason I’m writing this is to share my review of Heather Ellis’ latest book, The Sugary-Sherburts and the Stone Witch.
What a fun read! The Sugary-Sherburts and the Stone Witch, written by young author Heather Ellis, tells the magical and fun-filled tale of Herbert, Charlotte, Kit, and Kat Sugary-Sherburt. The family lives in the town of Thornton, a city made entirely out of chocolate (when can I move in?). As it turns out, Kit…
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This is amazing! 🙂
Something I like to do as a semi-active blogger is to scroll through tags that interest me, Books, Authors, Reviews, etc… If I find a blog that I like, I’ll follow. About a month back, I was scrolling the Author tag and happened across the blog of Miss Heather Ellis (https://heatherellisbooks.wordpress.com). She is a young author from England and she’s just published her third short story book for kids, The Sugary Sherburts and the Stone Witch. As it turns out, Heather is a kid herself, just ten years old.
How cool is that? I mean, seriously? To be a published author of not one, but THREE books at ten years old? Want me to tell you what I was doing when I was ten? I was either running around the house, throwing my Beanie Babies across the floor so that I could pretend to save them from “tornadoes,” or…
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In case you didn’t know, my book called The Sugary-Sherburts and The Stone Witch just got a 5* review on Amazon, I am so excited that I wanted to share it with everyone.
“I loved this book; it is just like a modern day fairytale. I read this book at a children’s group and found that the children and the parents absolutely loved it. It is lovely to come across such a good story that makes you grin from ear to ear and makes you want to shout things to the characters to tell them what you think. It is incredible to think that this has been written by a ten year old. Her writing style is as good as many adults who write for children. The illustrations in this book are simple and yet made me smile every time. A word of warning though – do make sure you have all you need to make baked beans on toast, you may well end up craving it after reading this book.”
The blurb from the book, is below.
A cruel witch and a desperate discovery. Kit and Kat, Sugary-Sherburt, find themselves on the run from a dastardly witch who is trying to destroy their town called Thornton. Kit and Kat must join forces to defeat the wicked witch and get home in time for dinner. The journey takes them to a secret snow castle. They are in terrible danger; will they manage to save the town, their friend and families in time? The Sugary Sherburts and The Stone Witch is part two of the Sugary-Sherburts series by Heather Ellis.