Monday, November 26, 2012

The Three Lost Kids & The Christmas Curse by Kimberly Kinrade

About Book 

Christmas everyday sounds like the best thing ever to Bella and her sisters. But when a special Wishing Stone grants her heart's desire, The Three Lost Kids discover the curse hidden in the wish.

Now they have to stop Christmas no matter what--even if that means ending up on Santa's Naughty List.

Will the girls learn the true meaning of Christmas and find a way to break the curse? Or will they be stuck in their self-created Jingle Bells Nightmare forever?

Look for the original Three Lost Kids Trilogy--Lexie World, Bella World and Maddie World--if you like enchanted Dragons, Fairies, and more adventures through magical worlds with great life lessons for kids!

November 26th through Evolved Publishing

About Author

Kimberly Kinrade was born with ink in her veins and magic in her heart. She writes fantasy and paranormal stories for children, YA and adults and still believes in magic worlds. Check out her YA paranormal novels Forbidden Mind and Forbidden Fire and her illustrated children's fantasy chapter books Lexie World, and Bella World, all on Amazon.

She lives with her three little girls who think they're ninja princesses with super powers, her two dogs who think they're humans and her husband, also known as the sexy Russian Prince, who is the love of her life and writing partner.

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My Thoughts

It is Christmas Day and Bella, Lexie and Maddie are not pleased that there has been a change in how they celebrate Christmas this year.  Their parents wanted the girls to wait until the evening to open their gifts.  First they would have dinner, some family time and then they would go Christmas Caroling in their neighborhood.

Naturally the girls were only interested in getting their presents.  They didn't even help prepare the Christmas dinner or help clean up.  They weren't even bothering to pick up after themselves.  Plus they had a very poor attitude that was spoiling the day for their parents.

When girls finally got their gifts they again just left the mess they made and ran up stairs to their room to enjoy the gifts.  Bella was even disappointed because she thought she was going to get bedroom furniture.

Do you think she should have been grateful for what she received?

One of the gifts Bella got from her mom was a magic stone.  She was to make a wish on Christmas Day and it was suppose to come true.  Of course the girls didn't believe it was magic.

Do you believe the stone is magic?  Will Bella make a wish? What should be her wish? What would you wish?

This story reminded me of a movie I watched 'Ground Hog Day'.  If you have seen the movie you probably have an idea about what wish was made.  

The author has another winner here!  She not only tells a good tale but also teaches values and motivation with her stories.  She has definitely done that in this book.  If this story does not motivate your child after reading this book I would be greatly surprised.

The author has a great imagination and three darling daughters that probably help her to create this amazing fun series of Three Lost Kids.

What is the true meaning of Christmas to you?
A. Receiving
B. Giving

I highly recommend this book.

I rated this book a 5 out of 5.

I received a free digital copy of this book from Evolved Publishing/Author for review.  I was in no way compensated for this review.  It is my own opinion.

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