Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals cover

Book: Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals

Author: Peggy Mound McAloon

Genre: Children’s Fantasy

Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals cover

Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals

Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals is a delightful fantasy about a young girl recruited by winged creatures from another dimension to help them protect the children of Earth.

As a Guide to the Fiorins she experiences tremendous loss, joy, and incredible evil as she struggles on her crusade to protect other children.

Her journey to adulthood begins in book one as she discovers magical foot lockers, spider elevators, and the beloved Pegasus.

Elle struggles with the loss of her father who was stationed in Afghanistan. She is challenged to address bullying, abuse, and other issues that children everywhere encounter on a daily basis. Journey with her as she faces three challenges predicted in the ancient writings of the prophet of Fiori. She is aided by the Fiorin warrior Amadeus.

Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals is true fantasy, written in a language that will make sense to children. With secret friends, guardian angels, talking animals, spider elevators, a magic pendant and flowers as big as tractors, it contains everything to capture the imagination of any child.

Peggy Mound McAloon author of Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals

Peggy Mound McAloon

But this book is much more than a mere Children’s Fantasy novel. Ms McAloon’s goal with Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals is to encourage children who are being hurt to find the courage to seek help. She also wants to motivate other young readers to help people who are in trouble.

Elle Burton will inspire children to reach their highest potential and to protect themselves from the real and imagined dangers that exist in the difficult world we live in. She is the kind of role model every parent encourages their child to become.

Elle Burton and the Reflective Portals will be out later this year.

 

 


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