My publisher, Immedium send this new book review of TreeHouse Heros and Forgotten Beast ^______^

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

"The magical artwork will draw readers in to this lusciously illustrated tale. The story focuses on possibly the last Zez, a magical creature from a far-east land, that is near extinction as forests have fallen, rivers dried up, and humans multiplied. Looking for a new unspoiled home she discovers the Treehouse Heroes—five children, each with different gifts (invisibility, shape changing, wind blowing, speed and strength) and their wise teacher. The Zez learns that General Moon, once a man but changed by his enchanted armor, has conquered all of the villages and driven out all of the Zez, leaving the towns in ruins. The Zez’s magic can help nature bloom again, but that’s only part of the solution. When the Zez is captured by General Moon’s men, the Treehouse Heroes track her to a tower in a rusted out town. Using their different powers, they rescue her and release the general from his armor causing him to disappear into smoke. The Zez, given back her freedom, continues her search leaving the village to do their part to resurrect their town. Children may enjoy this adventure and magical creature, but also get the point of personal responsibility for the environment."

- Puget Sound Council for Reviewing Children’s Literature

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