My publisher, Immedium send this new book review of TreeHouse Heros and Forgotten Beast ^______^
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Comic book editor, author, and teacher Amara has written a mystical tale. Chau’s work in animation is evident in her uniquely designed color illustrations. In a land where rivers have dried and villagers are cutting old trees, the magical beast Zez finds herself in the care of the Treehouse Heroes, five equally magical beings and their Teacher. But when she is captured by the evil General Moon’s bandits, they aren’t sure that they can save her. With a little magic, some wit, and advice from their Teacher, the Treehouse Heroes are able to live up to their name. Once General Moon is defeated and the villagers are free, they learn that they must care for their land. Zez is free to search for an unspoiled wilderness that she can call home. Comic book and graphic novel fans will find this intricately detailed picture book of interest. Amy Merrill, Reading Specialist and Certified School Librarian, Calvin Coolidge Elementary School, Binghamton, New York. RECOMMENDED Copyright 2012 Linworth Publishing, Inc.

Find TreeHouse Heroes @ http://www.amazon.com/The-Treehouse-Heroes-Forgotten-Beast/dp/1597020346/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1408729406&sr=8-1&keywords=treehouse+heroes+and+the+forgotten+beast

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The for body/weight/ed/bathroom stuff aka sorry I’m on mobile and can’t make it a read more…
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Like, on the one hand I hate how metformin makes me feel. My stomach starts to ache and I generally have… Bathroom like… Issues that are pretty unpleasant (though some of those are mitigated by taking it with 2 immedium).
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But on the other hand, the eating disorder voice gets pretty satisfied by the effortless expellation of anything I ate prior to taking the pill each time.
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So all in all its pretty fucked up really.

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