07 Mar Kids Fantasy – The Box and the Dragonfly
Most kids love reading about fantastic adventures, especially those entailing lots of action; mysteries, misery and a happy ending. Skilfully blending science fiction and fantasy, Goodreads author Ted Sanders has packed all of this and more into his latest Kids Fantasy, The Keepers #1: The Box and the Dragonfly’.
Released on the 5th of March, this Kids Fantasy centres on Horace F. Andrews, a young boy who’s life changes dramatically after seeing a sign bearing his name from a bus. Following the sign, he meets secretive, strange people that give him an immensely powerful, rare gift. Eventually teaming up with Chloe, a girl with an equally astonishing talent, his path leads him into the centre of an age-old battle between two surreptitious factions.
As the journey leds them into places where every decision they make could have potentially disastrous consequences, Horace discovers that everything around him is far from being ordinary and that he is linked to a ‘Box of Promises’ and a future he never imagined.
Gripping from start to finish, this Kids Fantasy portrays a world where nothing is quite what it appears to be and where the greatest power lies in loyalty and friendship.
At present, the paperback version is available at around £6.99 from Waterstones, the Book Depository and Hive, as well as Amazon and WHSmith. A Kindle version can be downloaded from Amazon at just £2.99.
An excellent read for adventure-loving boys and girls alike (and maybe even ‘young-at-heart’ adults), ‘The Box and the Dragonfly’ is a Kids Fantasy book well worth buying as a birthday, Easter or Christmas gift; or even just as an ‘in-between’ treat.