Could there be a genie in that magic lamp?
Bella is so excited when she discovers an old lamp, because it looks just like the lamps in those stories she loves. What will happen if she rubs it? Will a genie appear and offer her three wishes, just like in those stories?
She rubs it and... presto! A real-life genie! But the genie looks so... blue--in more ways than one.
Bella does everything she can to cheer Genie up, and along the way she discovers an important lesson: there’s more than one way to make wishes come true.
Evolved Publishing presents a fun and fantastic tale to offer valuable lessons while entertaining your young readers. [DRM-Free]
Jonathan Gould tells a warm and funny story about friendship and responsibility, with fun illustrations from Richard Tran that bring the colourful world of a child to life.
Books by Jonathan Gould:
- Bella and the Blue Genie
- Maddie's Monsters
- Thomas and the Tiger-Turtle
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- Ninja and Bunny's Great Adventure by Kara S Tyler
- Sully P. Snooferpoot Series by Aaron Shaw Ph.D.
- Emlyn and the Gremlin Series by Steff F Kneff
- Valentina's Spooky Adventures Series by Majanka Verstraete
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|Publisher:||Evolved Publishing LLC|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, I spent my youth overindulging in Mad Magazine, Monty Python, and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, which left me with a slightly skewed view of the world.
As a result, I’ve written numerous comedy sketches for both live theatre and radio, as well as several attempts at the great Australian sitcom. However, it is in books that I believe I’ve found my true calling. There’s nothing I enjoy more than creating stories for children, and for the child in all of us – stories that I hope will make people laugh and think, and add a smile to their day.
In addition to my children’s stories, I’ve also written several humorous novels and novellas, one of which was a semi-finalist in the 2011 Goodreads Choice Awards.