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Saturday, February 26, 2011

The Hole in the Sky: a book by Barbara Mahler


Colorado author, Barbara Mahler, enjoyed a school visit with a classroom in Cairo, Egypt. Click on the YouTube link.
 

 

What are the reviewers saying on Amazon?

Amazon Reviews:

I read this book from cover to cover in the span of a few hours. I felt like I was cheating myself of Kaela and her new extraordinary and supernatural friends whenever I put it down to eat. This book doesn t contain an extraneous word or a boring scene. The story flows from page to page like a beautiful clear stream. In the end, I still craved for more of Kaela Neuleaf and her cousin Shawn. --Gema Mora, Radical Parenting

The presentation of the book from its beautiful cover to the map to the book mark ribbons would be a disappointment if the author, Barbara A. Mahler, had not written a story to warrant such an amazing presentation.The book made me wish I had a young daughter and we could read it together. --Julie Marie Totsch, Blogcritics

I was lucky enough to receive a review copy of The Hole in the Sky by Barbara A. Mahler. I read this story and couldn't put it down! I finished it in a few nights reading it before bed. Much like absolute favorite young adult books, the Twilight Saga books, The Hole in the Sky is for teens, but could certainly be read by a young adult or adult even, and you'd love it just as much! I would absolutely recommend this wonderful book for the upcoming holidays. --Mary512, 512KIDZ 
 
Would you like to read a sample? Click on "sample" or type www.holeinthesky.net or buy a copy from Boulder Books or online at Amazon.


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