Jan 112012
 

Hott Synopsis

Quite an interesting day, this one is. A cherished book of stories is ruined. A pool cleaning is interrupted by a hail storm.

A boy is blown to an unknown land with an umbrella. Only to land in a tree. A tree with a troll, an elevator, and a garden.

And so begins the adventure.

Hott Review

Beautiful people are easier to love, right? It’s important to be the snazziest, the cleanest, the smartest, the prettiest. If we love them more then God must, too, right? Yet, so many act, and, yes, believe that way.

Help your children see this hypocrisy and learn how to not fall into it’s trap.

Author: Jenn Kelly
Grade: B
Ages: 8-12
Series: Jackson Jones 2
Series: The Tale of a Boy, an Elf, and a Very Stinky Fish, 1
The Tale of a Boy, a Troll, and a Rather Large Chicken, 2

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