Amara's Magical Playhouse: The Adventure Begins

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 108 pages
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Young Amara is distressed when she wakes to find that her plans for the day have been spoiled by what seems to be a never-ending rain. Fortunately Pap-pa comes to the rescue. He presents Amara with the most beautiful playhouse she could have imagined. Things become more exciting when Mommy and Na-na reveal a family secret. Amara is amazed to find that the little playhouse comes with a magical key. A key with an incredible history, that is capable of opening the playhouse door to the enchanted world of Madagra. In this world she encounters friendly animals who talk, mythical beings, and malevolent blue baboons. She also learns valuable life lessons and discovers what true friendship is all about. When the magical key is stolen Amara's courage is put to the test as her real adventure begins. The secrets of Madagra and its powers are revealed as she and her friends are forced into an urgent race against time. With their help, she must attempt to retrieve the missing key before it reaches Janog, a powerful being, who with the key has the power of destroying not only Madagra, but Amara's world as well.

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About the author (2010)

Jan Thompson and Jaime Sharpe both have very busy schedules. Jan runs a small coffee shop in Granby, Missouri, while Jaime goes to school working towards her teaching degree. Deciding they wanted to create a short story for Amara, the mother daughter team began their first venture into writing. Using the personalities of many of the regulars from the cafe who play such a large part in Amara's life, they decided to create a Magical World filled with these loveable characters. In spite of their demanding agendas they still find time for some of their favorite pastimes. Jaime enjoys playing music, reading, karaoke, fishing and spending quality time with her daughter, Amara. Jan enjoys quality time and road trips with her husband Thomas, karaoke, writing and being with her family & friends. They both have thoroughly enjoyed writing Amara's Magical Playhouse: The Adventure Begins, and have already discussed the possibility of Amara's journey continuing with new and exciting adventures in Madagra.

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