Saturday, May 21, 2016

Giveaway: The League and the Lantern

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Brian Wells, who has worked with and produced fifteen TV movies, became concerned when he couldn't quality entertainment for his kids. He decided to write a book, and I got to review his debut, The League and the Lantern.

Its the first book in an adventure series that targets middle-school sleepovers. In the book, a dangerous organization disrupts a seventh-grade sleepover. Three classmates escape, finding themselves in a fight for survival in Chicago, solving a mystery that dates back to the Civil War.

For every book sold, a book is given to kids who can't afford their own copies. This book is a great, suspense-filled story that will help teach kids lessons in family, friendship, mercy, and compassion. Plus, by weaving in strong vocabulary and historic data, it's a secretly educational book too!

Leave a comment with what you like about the book for your chance to win. Deadline is May 24th.


  1. My son is in middle school so I think he would like that it is about kids his age.
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  2. My granddaughter is a 10 year old 5th grader and loves to read. She will soon finish the last Harry Potter book and I've been looking for a book for her to enjoy next. The League and the Lantern sounds perfect for her. I like that it has humor, history and adventure.

  3. I like that it has suspense and it is educational too, my granddaughter would love reading it

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