Christmas Is Coming a Gift Suggestion for You
ProLifeCorner- Annarae- The excitement and anticipation of Christmas is in the air. As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, let us try to remember that it is His birthday that we are celebrating. Part of that tradition is the exchange or giving of gifts to loved ones. I would like to suggest a book for your family and friends. This book was written by a dear friend of ours, John Shippert. John was a public school teacher for over 30 years. He is the father of 10 children. John would often make up exciting stories to tell his children at bedtime. Recently he adapted one of these many stories into an exciting fantasy adventure entitled “Forest of the Witches”. This book is loaded with moral values which we can all benefit from today.
There is still time to order this book in Kindle form for $2.99 and it can also be ordered in paperback form for only $8.99.
This book is loaded with adventure and excitement and has received high praise from early teens on up to those of us in our 70s.
Consider ordering your copy today.
See review and how you can order below.
Forest Of The Witches
“Forest Of The Witches” is A Fantasy Adventure 30 Years in the Making
Updated information in this review.
ProLifeCorner- Annarae – It might seem strange to see a review of a book titled “Forest of the Witches” presented on the Pro Life Corner, but this is a delightful and adventurous book that will appeal to early teens and adults alike. With witches in the title you might think it’s another typical adventure geared toward kids and having an occult theme. Not So!!
The tale begins with 11 year old Patrick at the bedside of his dying grandfather. Grandfather gives Patrick a bag of magic jelly beans so he will be able to go through the Forest of the Witches to the Valley of the Leprechauns in search of the pot of gold. When Grandfather passes away, young Patrick embarks on the most dangerous adventure of his young life. On his journey, he encounters many evil characters, wild animals, and many more tribulations. But Patrick doesn’t travel alone. Along the way he discovers he has his own guardian angel to assist him. Together they battle many evil forces and the magic jelly beans come in handy in surprising ways. Each page seems to get more exciting and sometimes scary, but it’s hard to put the book down. You just want to find out what happens next.
The story shows the triumph of good over evil and will delight readers both young and old.
John P. Shippert, the author of “Forest of the Witches”, told stories to his children (he has 10) and their friends as they were growing up. Years later they still recall those adventures. I can only hope that this is the first of many “Never-ending Tales”. I look forward to the next one.
As a plus Mr. Shippert illustrated all the pictures in the book, a skill he mastered as an art teacher in the public school system where he taught for over 30 years.
“Forest of the Witches” may be purchased on Amazon as a digital download to laptop, tablet, or smart phone. A paperback edition is available for order online from Amazon books. Here’s the link: Amazon book-Forest of the Witches
This wonderful adventure book would make a great gift for that child who loves to read and enjoys adventure. Simply go to the above Amazon page and click on Give as Gift on the right side.
If you follow the link above “Forest of the Witches” is available on Kindle books for only $2.99 and is now available in paperback for only $8.99 order your copy today. Send a copy to a friend or loved one as well you will not be disappointed.
Here’s the link: Amazon book-Forest of the Witches
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Soon this book will be available for purchase in paperback. The illustrations in the Kindle version are in full color. The paperback illustrations are in black and white and are, in some ways, even more dramatic than the colored versions.