ABOUT THE BOOK
A mysterious snow globe shop. A multiverse at war. And a stranded Austrian girl searching for her father.In the heart of Vienna, twelve-year-old Sarah Ann Reisende wanders into a mysterious shop where snow globes double as portals to other worlds. After breaking the globe tethered to Earth, she discovers a cryptic note scribbled on the back of a photograph. The note links her father, who left before her third birthday, to a place called Elohi. Could this be a chance to find her father at last?Unable to return home, Sarah follows the lead into the world of Elohi. But an army of vicious hybrids led by a genetically engineered warrior named Malvine now rules the once peaceful planet, and she becomes a target as Malvine wants to use the shop’s connections to wage war.Can Sarah uncover the truth behind her father leaving and find a way home before Malvine gains control of the shop?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
K.A. Cummins is an award-winning indie author who enjoys delving into the wonders of the universe to connect human experiences with imaginary settings filled with possibility and adventure. Her work has appeared on goHavok.com and she’s a former Lands Unchartedcontributor.
Cummins lives in Alabama with her husband and their youngest son, whom she homeschools.
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"Snow Globe Travelers - Samuel's Legacy" By K.A. Cummings is a easy and quick read that is geared toward kids that are 10-18 years old. I chose to read this with my 9 year old son and we both enjoyed it. I love snowglobes - and have collected several throughout my years. This book is not my typical genre that I read - however my 9 year old is really into alternate universes. My son and I enjoyed following Sarah and her adventures through the different snow globes. We enjoyed trying to figure out the mystery that is woven into the story. Colton especially enjoyed the portals to other worlds. The characters are well written, the storyline kept us both entertained.
I received a copy of this book through the Celebrate Lit blogging program -- all thoughts are my own.
Thank you for reading and reviewing Snow Globe Travelers. I’m so glad you and your son enjoyed it.ReplyDelete