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Enjella Uprooted: A Tooth Fairy Gets a New Job Paperback – September 1, 2012
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About the Author
Jane F. Collen has always loved reading, and she has tried to spread this passion for a good story to children, starting with her own four. She holds a BA in English and Speech Communications as well as a doctorate in Juris Prudence, and has taught religious education to children from first grade to eighth for the past 20 years. When not working as a lawyer, drafting arguments to get Trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Jane is a writer. In addition to the Adventures of Enjella the Elbow Fairy series, Jane has written an historical romance. Jane spent many happy hours reading all kinds of children’s books to her kids, and their friends. She wrote the Enjella series to carry on the tradition of capturing children’s imaginations and expanding their vocabularies through reading. Mrs. Collen divides her time between New York and Rhode Island.
Top customer reviews
One cannot help but root (pun intended) for Enjella, a highly likable, resourceful, and intrepid heroine. From the first "Holy Molar!" to the last "elbow room" this book keeps young girls and adults laughing, gasping, and having a heck of a good time.
I would have loved to see more drawings like the one on the cover (maybe a small one at the beginning of each chapter?) as they would have complemented Ms. Collen's clever and lively words beautifully.
It is an extremely well written book which will make a fantastic birthday/holiday gift.
I recommend it highly.
Enjella is a great character and role model. She is kind and thoughtful, but not a pushover. She learns how to assert herself slowly over the course of the story and how to overcome the expectations of others that sometimes hold us back. it is a delightful narrative and a strong start to the Enjella Adventure series.
Reviewer note: I was given a comp copy for review.