Daniel Moore is a writer that lives in the foothills of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains of California.
Jackie and the Magic Dandelionby Mr. Daniel J. Moore
She spends the next week riding dragonflies high in the air, sailing homemade boats past hungry goldfish and giant frogs, fighting battles to save underground ant cities, climbing
Jackie's old life ends and her new adventure begins when an ill conceived wish to be as tiny as an ant sends her spiraling through the stars and into an amazing world she never expects.
She spends the next week riding dragonflies high in the air, sailing homemade boats past hungry goldfish and giant frogs, fighting battles to save underground ant cities, climbing tall trees on the backs of huge wooly caterpillars and searching for deadly black widow spiders, all in her quest to find the "magic" she needs to get back home.
Things turn nasty when Stinger, a deadly wasp, and his minions show up and cause trouble for everyone. Jackie must team up with her new friends, Drago the dragonfly, Anton the ant and her reluctant hero, The Mantis, if she is going to stop Stinger from taking over the park and if she hopes to have any chance of ever making it back home again.
"A good, clean, imaginative and fun adventure book that my kids loved reading. Excellent!" Victoria V., mom.
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- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.43(d)
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This book is great...a really, really fun read. Our grandson loves it! The story itself was interesting, allowing children to get an early idea of the concept of imagination. Good book. I found it to be very cute and it was very good. This book is good for children that should know these life lessons. So many children can learn from these fables because I did. Humor, adventure, a hero with many troubles, and a happy ending. It's funny, touching, and will stay in your head for the rest of your lives. I loved the book because it had a little bit of laughter, sadness, and entertainment. I think YOU should get it. I would recommend this book to anyone who has children.