This is a delightful juvenile fiction story that readers of all ages will enjoy!
Genre: Juvenile Fiction ◊ Publisher: Dancing Lemur Press (Sept. 7, 2020) ◊ Print & eBooks ◊ Paperback: 96 pages ◊ ISBN-10: 1939844703 ◊ ISBN-13: 978-1939844705
An ancient Mayan civilization!
That's what Bubba and Squirt find when they travel through the mysterious vortex for another wild adventure. There they meet archeologists who are unearthing priceless artifacts.
But someone is stealing them. And an encounter with the Tate Duende awakens magic within Bubba. Throw in the mysterious Alux and a new discovery and things get sticky.
Will Bubba and Squirt solve the mystery, or will they be stuck forever in the jungles of Belize?
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Book REVIEW by LAWonder10:
Once again, Bubba is off to uncover his special magic hole in the ground to
go on another unknown adventure! Of course his sister cannot let her younger brother
go alone. She must trust him.
This time the two end up in a very dark, silent tunnel. Thank goodness they brought
their flashlights. Just about the time they were unsure where they should go, a sound
of small feet pattering led the way. They were astonished where they landed this time!
This is such an incredible, fun fantasy which entertains and educates at the same time.
It is written in a simple way so it is easily understood. The Characters and the scenes
are portrayed very well and allows the reader to feel connected to the tale. The Book
cover and the Title are both well chosen.
It is perfect as a "chapter book" for early readers. Ths is a fun story the family can enjoy together.
I offer a Five Stars rating.
* This book was gifted me with no pressure for a positive review. This is my honest review.
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Meet the Author
Sherry Ellis is an award-winning author and professional musician who plays and teaches the violin, viola, and piano. When she is not writing or engaged in musical activities, she can be found doing household chores, hiking, or exploring the world. Ellis and her family live in Atlanta, Georgia.
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